Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The region of spirits or of the supernatural.
“After all, as you know well, man is a flux of states of consciousness, a flow of passing thoughts, each thought of self another self, a myriad thoughts, a myriad selves, a continual becoming but never being, a will-of-the-wisp flitting of ghosts in ghostland.”
“The youngest child's final foray into "ghostland," however, is handled remarkably well.”
““Are there not goats in ghostland who bleat at the wizard and the peasant?””
“The actual sight of spirits from ghostland, of which hitherto they had only heard, had been too much for the nerves of the tribe already overstrung by the overthrow of the idol and the magic and slaughter of zu”
“His belief in ghostland was implicit, but now he had seen what, professionally, he was supposed to see and converse with on familiar terms.”
“The calmer he became the more was he inclined to accept this explanation of the apparitions; such was infinitely more comforting to him than the conception that they had been in truth spirits from ghostland.”
“The little ghost will now appear among you and relate some live stories from ghostland," announced Crazy Jane.”
“Petit Nord, there must be some lively nights in ghostland.”
“I seemed to be in some silent ghostland between sleeping and waking.”
“Imagine the commonplace liver of a humdrum existence being received into ghostland.”
Looking for tweets for ghostland.