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- adj. Seemingly invisible; as a ghost, similar to a ghost.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Like a ghost; ghastly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Like a ghost or specter; deathlike.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. resembling or characteristic of a phantom
Last week, North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency dismissed him as a "ghostlike" presence "never recognized" by Pyongyang.
Of course, the existence of these ghostlike entities entirely depends on character perspective, and the story does tend to go on and on for a while.
In September, for example, an experiment there reported ghostlike particles known as neutrinos apparently traveling a tiny bit faster than light, an apparent breach of the cosmic speed limit set down by Albert Einstein.
Scenes in the film show pristine cherry blossoms, wrecked cemeteries and ghostlike policemen searching for corpses.
The ghostlike clouds added to the creepy atmosphere.
A contrasting highlight will be a magical painting from 1963 by French Pop master Martial Raysse depicting a ghostlike portrait of a woman, with a pink face and a powder puff over one eye, emerging from a psychedelic green-and-blue background estimate: £350,000-£450,000.
He knows that he too will become ghostlike unless he finds his own home.
A second and a third canoe came around the bend from below, glided ghostlike to the crossing of the runaways, and vanished in the mangroves.
Till the bergs, before his finger, fall back ghostlike, and are gone!
At a presentation in Switzerland, scientists said Friday they had recorded ghostlike particles, known as neutrinos, traveling a tiny bit faster than light—an apparent breach of the cosmic speed limit set down by Albert Einstein more than a century ago.