- v. Simple past tense and past participle of ghost.
“The faint outline of the word soup ghosted across a sooty wall.”
“That's because plasma TVs have been relatively free from crosstalk, or "ghosted" double images that occur when images meant for one eye aren't kept completely separate from the other.”
“It has a special paint job: Bordeaux Red with "ghosted" stripes.”
“They can change colour and create countless intricate patterns on their bodies to blend with their surroundings... maybe that's what the "ghosted" images are in the trailers and posters?”
“There was a note inside explaining that I had been "ghosted" with the bag.”
“No other man "ghosted" more books for magicians - Walter Gibson became both biographer and the "ghost writer" for Howard Thurston, Harry Houdini, and Harry Blackstone.”
“U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld has admitted that he "ghosted" a detainee, meaning that he made the decision to hold a prisoner without keeping any records of the fact.”
“Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld has admitted that he "ghosted" a detainee, meaning that he made the decision to hold a prisoner without keeping any records of the fact. ”
“He continued to subject me to the indignity of being "ghosted," a thoroughly expressive term, which by a combination of bad conjugation and the suggestion of insubstantiality defines the sort of prose produced, by Jacson Gootes.”
“He went to Belgium and "ghosted" for other sculptors; indeed, it was a privilege, or misfortune, to have been the”
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