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gruesomely suggestive of ghosts or death

Synonyms for ghostly

resembling or characteristic of a phantom

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A ghostly shade, frilled and night-capped, follows the law- stationer to the room he came from and glides higher up.
As the mate was helping one of the rescued passengers up the side of the bark, who should he turn out to be but the very man whose ghostly appearance Bruce had seen in the captain's cabin writing on the captain's slate
The Pepper family has lived in Starcross Hall for hundreds of years - and so have the ghostly animals, the Beloveds, who used to wander the corridors in times gone by.
Synopsis: From Sylvia Plath's depictions of the Holocaust as a group of noncohering "bits" to AIDS elegies' assertions that the dead posthumously persist in ghostly form and Susan Howe's insistence that the past can be conveyed only through juxtaposed "scraps," the condition of being too late is one that haunts post-World War II American poetry.
The image shows what looks like a ghostly female figure peering in the window as the picture was taken.
A SPOOKY walk this Sunday will reveal the ghostly, ghastly and sometimes macabre side to Huddersfield's past.
He posted a video on October 10 explaining his findings on YouTube with the title "Mars Ghostly Statue: Scary Carved Alien Tomb Head.
Ghostly Dog LAST night up by the Pit I stared, at a ghostly dog that wasn't there.
After achieving success in its children's book publishing business, Plymouth's Ghostly Publishing has now come out with a clothing line.
PAC-MAN AND THE GHOSTLY ADVENTURES Xbox 360, PlayStation 3.
CELEBRATE St Andrew's Day with MercatTours and receive a free ticket for every adult ticket purchased for the daily 3pm Ghostly Underground Tour.
Epstein Theatre 6: James Street Railway Station James Street Station opened in 1886 and has been the scene of many suicides and fatal accidents but no one has determined the identity of the ghostly soldier who rides a train from Birkenhead Central to James Street.
Mary Aquin O'Neill, subsequently picked up on Dear's phrase with her remark, "not ghostly, but ghastly," I am uncertain what to add.
Any fan of true 'haunt' stories and supernatural settings will find HAUNTED RICHMOND II provides a satisfying survey recounting tales of dead colonists, Civil War soldiers, and other places steeped in history and ghostly legends.
There have been sightings of ghosts reflected in mirrors and a phantom dog, as well as a ghostly nursemaid who appears when guests at the hotel are unwell.