haunter

[ hawnt, hahnt; for 10 also hant ]SEE DEFINITION OF haunter

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Our little bird may, indeed, be called a "haunter of the sky."

He is not a climber and a haunter of the woods, like his congener.

How could you—you—after such a life as yours, become a haunter of low company?

My communings are not with any haunter of the river, but with the living soul of the river itself.

The following is an extreme example, as the haunter proceeded to arson.

But how such a haunter of woods escaped identifying the bird is a puzzle.

I saw again in memory the silver twilight of the moon, and the crazy face of Love's Warrior, haunter of shade.

When the season for this seed was over—and the season is always a short one—the haunter of the furrows would perish.

It was an alluring type, this haunter of the midnight bower, and melancholy sweet breather in the classic reed.

The same rules which guide the haunter of the stalls are suitable to those who purchase from the regular booksellers.

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