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Definition of "ghosty" [ghosty]

  • Ghostly (adjective)
  • Ghost (especially a non-frightening one) (noun)

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Use "ghosty" in a sentence
  • "But here is nothing but a maze of little tunnels, criss-crossin 'every which way, with nobody in sight except now and then, off in a dead-end, we'd get a glimpse of two or three kind of ghosty figures movin' about solemn."
  • "Paranormal indeed, but not convinced always it is 'ghosty'. maybe spurts of energy from something/weather/electricity/water."
  • "Last week, there was a great piece on NPR about the footage that was shot on the Moon which was to be better than the crappy and ghosty like images which was aired to us."