haunted

[ hawn-tid, hahn- ]SEE DEFINITION OF haunted

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HAUNTED

I am haunted by the thought that my car may break down when I have a load of wounded.

The dread of French domination seems to have haunted him like a nightmare.

It haunted him every moment, and added to the weight of sorrow which seemed crushing him.

Her very brain and blood were haunted with the presence of Corney's father.

The phrase has haunted me since I heard it, less than an hour ago.

As for Regnier, on his return to England he seems to have haunted Chislehurst.

It haunted me; it was an obsession and a perpetual nightmare.

It was the unlucky boat, the boat that was haunted by the gnome.

For some time past he had been haunted by the Anarchist peril.

A few weeks afterwards she told me how the house where she lived was haunted.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR HAUNTED

undead

adjectiveno longer alive but animated by a supernatural force
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