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- n. The state or condition of being haunted.
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It's not his best performance by a long shot, but he nails the doomed, dour hauntedness at the heart of the original character, which Paul Naschy was always struggling to convey in his performances, too.
That state of hauntedness is the state of ego, actually.
The hauntedness and the sense of insight work together.
But Ms. Britton sells Vivien's abandon and vulnerability, and she conjures a hauntedness that isn't necessarily in the script.
Paul Theroux, you could say, has attitude, though this does not make him a philosopher, while Ryszard Kapuscinski found scenes so archetypal that they offered up parables and a W.G. Sebald wrote of nothing but a philosophical restlessness, a hauntedness that pricked him daily and drew blood.
The relative hauntedness of hospitals signals the quality of care given.
Bad news: It category of debunks the magicality / hauntedness of the sound by attachment it to the demesne of grouping controlling wise computers.