haunt / hônt; hänt/ • v. [tr.] (of a ghost) manifest itself at (a place) regularly: a gray lady who haunts the chapel. ∎ (of a person) frequent (a place): he haunts used book stores. ∎ be persistently and disturbingly present in (something): cities haunted by the shadow of cholera. ∎ be persistently in the mind of (someone): the sight haunted me for years. • n. a place frequented by a specified person or group of people: I revisited my old haunts Greenwich Village has been home to a number of literary haunts. DERIVATIVES: haunt·er n.
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