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- n. One who haunts.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, haunts.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who haunts or frequents a particular place or is often about it.
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Adam writes and runs a university intranet, Mark builds lifesaving robots and also writes, and Spooky is a haunter/zookeeper/writer. ... wait.
The rest of the cast except for the evil haunter bring either amusement or eeriness; especially fun is when the two fake California psychics encounter their first real paranormal.
Yes, folks, of all the millions of private gardens and millions of passionate gardeners in the UK, the BBC has to bring us the ex-Mayor, Labourite ex-politician, tireless haunter of BBC TV studios.
He is rich it may be; but a haunter of idle and debauched company — a common prizefighter, who has shed human blood like water.
In what disguise, thou egregious haunter of my more agreeable hours? —
Jack fights back with the help of his best friend Ritchie White, a keen but inept inventor of anti-haunter devices.
I like the Haunting Code of Conduct, the ghost named Smell, and the inept inventor of anti-haunter devices.
KING: We're back with Duane "Dog" Chapman, bounty haunter, Beth Chapman, bounty hunter and his life partner.
And even while I still continued to be a haunter of the graveyard, I began insensibly to turn my attention to the grave-diggers, and was weaned out of myself to observe the conduct of visitors.
A churchyard haunter at whom the owl hoots and the ivy mocks tap-tap-tapping on the pane ....