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The home players were the ones who walked into the night wearing haunted looks. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Derby is said to be one of the most haunted places in the country. The Sun (2011)His opponent had a haunted look when poised to receive. Times, Sunday Times (2011)By the end he wore a familiar haunted look. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Nashville is quite a haunted place. The Sun (2010)They also don't much live in gothic castles and haunted houses. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You need to have a strong constitution to visit some of the country's most haunted places. The Sun (2012)They both have a haunted, strained look but somehow they manage to get through the day. The Sun (2010)It is one of the most haunting and haunted places in Britain. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Of course, his fragile looks and haunted demeanour tell a different story. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It is also reputed to be one of the most haunted places in Britain. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But does the big man himself agree, or is his head already a haunted place? Times, Sunday Times (2008)He looks haunted and ill. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Now he wants to see smiles replace the haunted look on his players' faces after just one win in nine games. The Sun (2015)Danlo thought that he had the haunted, unhappy look of a man who had been brought back to his youth once too often. The Broken God (1993)I've always liked to choose songs that have a haunted quality. The Sun (2010)It is also reputed to be one of the most haunted houses in the UK. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Said to be one of Britain's most haunted castles. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It is considered one of Italy's most haunted places. The Sun (2014)Dark tales of haunted houses, dastardly deeds and jilted lovers spice up the city's back streets. The Sun (2012)EDINBURGH Castle is one of the most haunted places in Scotland. The Sun (2008)He became more fluent and more confident and the haunted man of the past few weeks was replaced by the jaunty, bustling Colly of old. The Sun (2008)
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British English: haunted /ˈhɔːntɪd/ ADJECTIVE
A haunted building or other place is one where a ghost regularly appears.
She said the house was haunted.
- American English: haunted
- Arabic: مَكَانٌ يَتَرَدَّدُ عَلَيْهِ شَبَحٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ódio
- Chinese: 闹鬼的
- Croatian: gdje ima duhova
- Czech: strašidelný pronásledovaný duchy
- Danish: hjemsøgt
- Dutch: door spoken bezeten
- European Spanish: embrujado
- Finnish: kummitus-
- French: hanté
- German: Spuk-
- Greek: στοιχειωμένος
- Italian: stregato
- Japanese: 幽霊が出没する
- Korean: 유령이 나오는
- Norwegian: hjemsøkt
- Polish: nawiedzany
- European Portuguese: assombrado
- Romanian: bântuit
- Russian: с привидениями
- Latin American Spanish: embrujado
- Swedish: hemsökt
- Thai: ซึ่งสิงอยู่
- Turkish: perili
- Ukrainian: населений привидами
- Vietnamese: ma ám
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