Did you perhaps mean haunted?
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of jaunt.
“But I was incensed that the resolution to the entire problem of her RL passivity was to make her a good little imperialist, such that she jaunted off to China in coat and tie presumably to slay the Oriental Dragon of commerce.”
“The firestorm of traveling multiplied immensely as we jaunted from country to country.”
“Once, versus the Giants, Antonio Cromartie jaunted 68 yards on a kick he fielded five yards deep.”
“Make-shift white tents were also built for the festival, with builders coming from as far away from England to build them "and take them down next week!" the developer told me personally, as he jaunted off in a jeep along the complex.”
“It's the next day and 10.41am and I've just jaunted over to Alan's site, then The Skinner, Rhys Hughes's, Pat's Fantasy Hotlist and now here and I'm about 2/3rds through my bookmarks so a couple of sites to visit yet.”
“Together we jaunted to the g0thbar, where we made ourselves at home in a corner off to the side of the dance floor, and there, we had a few drinks and a whole lot of silliness.”
“Late last night Team Seattle sent up the BatSignal as Ellen put it; so, having unexpectedly finished up some work, I jaunted over to Fremont for shenanigans with Kat and Richelle.”
“There, we were greeted by the minivan driver and his wife, and then we jaunted out to a place called “Lacey,” where the final member of our party awaited.”
“Missed you as I jaunted through the train station!”
“El jaunted up to Roqi's midpoint and looked up at him.”
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