Examples of ghostly in a Sentence
A ghostly figure appears in the house at night.
Recent Examples of ghostly from the Web
Others have claimed to see odd sights while driving the road, from lights darting through the trees to ghostly figures.
The specter that stalks them is not any ordinary ghostly apparition.
And thus religious liberty, a liberal value and achievement, died and became doomed to a second ghostly life as a conservative preoccupation, one that makes both the conservative and the preoccupation seem more suspicious by association.
Kelly’s theory: Infrasonic sound creates ghostly hallucinations.
There is no way to know if this ghostly reminder of white supremacy represents a deep social amnesia or, more sinisterly, the recurrence of a covert memory.
People have claimed to hear wails of banshees and see ghostly hell hounds and apparitions of Confederate soldiers.
Gracey and Crump developed one two-minute scene with full-sized models and ghostly effects and Disney loved it.
The precocious daughter’s iconic braided pigtails, all-black outfit, strong brows and ghostly glow make for the perfect (and most low-maintenance) costume.
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First Known Use of ghostly
before 12th century
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