phantom

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PHANTOM

A phantom of him moving silent about the house fill the part as well!

He looked after his wife fixedly, without a word, as though she had been a phantom.

That which would remain in the cupel if one should assay a phantom.

The phantom that my mind pursued, was another and more real child.

What phantom of the brain did he pursue; and why did he look down so constantly?

This was like his phantom, or, if one may say so, without disrespect--his mummy.

Surely this was only another in that succession of phantom pictures.

It was that he had seen a phantom in the forest of Saint Germains.

Of this phantom he had never breathed a syllable to anybody.

On every hand, wherever his eye could rest, there rose a phantom of his lost and buried life.

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