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Definition of "ghostlier" [ghostlier]

  • Comparative form of ghostly: more ghostly (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "ghostlier" in a sentence
  • "As his songwriting has reasserted itself on a series of pithy and cryptic recent albums the latest, save for a curious Christmas album, being 2009's "Together Through Life", Mr. Dylan has cast himself as an adventurous guitar-slinger and showman, with a voice that keeps getting grainier and ghostlier."
  • "Coleridge had taken with him to Malta, "when the light of sense/Goes out," other presences and articulations emerge in a "flash" to fill the gap, an "invisible world" or other life of things (Wallace Stevens calls it "ghostlier demarcations") that it was the particular business of Wordsworth, Coleridge, and their age to express."
  • "Oh! Blessed rage for order, pale Ramon, The maker's rage to order words of the sea, Words of the fragrant portals, dimly-starred, And of ourselves and of our origins, In ghostlier demarcations, keener sounds."