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  • adv. In a haunted way.

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Examples

  • The plot was a close echo of Tim Burton's "Sleepy Hollow" a film which has the added benefit of total coherence & Johnny Depp at his most hauntedly beautiful! with a lot of baroque trimmings flung on top, scattershot, in classic Gilliam "more is more" style.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • "He stared around hauntedly and whispered, "He might strike me dead if I did.

    The Gunslinger

  • What would become of her father, she hauntedly asked, if his wife, on the one side, should begin to press him to call his daughter to order, and the force of old habit -- to put it only at that -- should dispose him, not less effectively, to believe in this young person at any price?

    The Golden Bowl — Volume 2

  • He feared not only danger -- he feared the idea of danger, or in other words feared, hauntedly, himself.

    The Golden Bowl — Complete

  • The performances are robust - the best is that of Joseph Millson, hauntedly sensitive as Hudetz.

    Evening Standard - Home

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