haunt[ hawnt, hahnt; for 10 also hant ]SEE DEFINITION OF haunt
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HAUNT
O, that I might forget all the dark shadows which haunt about these graves!
The whole story caused a holy anger of justice to haunt him.
In summer the hill was of course the haunt of children gathering its bilberries.
They haunt me with a gentle refrain of the world-as-it-might-be.
Who could say that the spirits of the dead did not haunt the scenes of their lives and deaths?
Fashion was at rest, but even here, and in its own mocking guise, misery had its haunt.
But the voice continued to haunt him persistently, besiegingly, despotically.
There were not many men whom he could even propose to haunt.
Indeed, it was the best possible place for the haunt of wild people.
I would say, addressing that dead man, 'Is this the way you are going to haunt me?'