ghostly

[ gohst-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF ghostly

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GHOSTLY

Ghostly and dark the room became, and full of lowering shadows.

Thrice he breaks water, a white and ghostly apparition from the deep.

I suppose you would go away and leave me alone in this ghostly light.'

I tried to follow my ghostly father's direction, but how hard it was to do so!

There could be no doubt now of the ghostly smile that played upon his face.

In the ghostly greyness he got a clearer and clearer sight of the monster.

This rock in the inner crater was gray, pale and ghostly in the earthlight.

Last night my father's ghostly hands dragged me from the convent.

“He will speak,” came to me the ghostly, terrified murmur of her voice.

"This is serious," he went on, distilling his ghostly venom into Heyst's very ear.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR GHOSTLY

undead

adjectiveno longer alive but animated by a supernatural force
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