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Use "spectres" in a sentence
"In magic lantern shows of the 1790s, the uncanny is realised: "dark rooms, where spectres from the dead they rise" (Castle 141)."
"Montale's great poetry, in actual fact, is born out of the search for those presences that reveal and liberate the hidden world, such as spectres and amulets."
"Not that they had much doubt as to the maiden's being a born witch -- the serpent-mark seemed to most of them a conclusive proof of that -- but what if one of those "spectres," the "yellow bird" or the uncontrollable "black mare" should be near and listening to what they were even then saying?"