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(1) The ghost of Lady Margaret is supposed to haunt this chapel.
(2) The area was a popular tourist haunt.
(3) A ghostly lady is said to haunt the stairway looking for her children.
(4) I'll come back to haunt you!
(5) Fighting in Vietnam was an experience that would haunt him for the rest of his life.
(6) The area was a haunt of criminals.
(7) The Channel Islands are a favourite summer haunt for UK and French yachtsmen alike.
(8) He said he would come back to haunt her.
(9) The pub is a favourite haunt of artists.
(10) This pub is a favourite haunt of artists.
(11) His father let him not to haunt with us the bad girls.
(12) His youthful escapades came back to haunt him.
(13) That decision came back to haunt him in later life.
(14) These visions continued to haunt her for many years.
(15) The spirits of long-dead warriors seemed to haunt the area.
(16) Was he a spectre returning to haunt her?
(17) The place is the haunt of off-duty policemen.
(18) His ghost is said to haunt some of the rooms(sentencedict.com), banging a toy drum.
(19) Those losses are coming back to haunt us now.
(20) The empty upstairs became the haunt of druggies and our small children would sometimes carry in their needles.
(21) Early traumas come back to haunt such cats and force them to behave in strange ways.
(22) A favourite haunt of telly aristocracy is Ilha de Caras-the Island of Faces-a private isle for celebrities.
(23) This trade imbalance may haunt the United States in the future.
(24) These things have a habit of coming back to haunt you.
(25) The ghost of a hanged poacher is said to haunt the manor house.
(26) This is one of the cafes I used to haunt.
(27) The stigma of being a bankrupt is likely to haunt him for the rest of his life.
(28) The ghost has been laid and will not return to haunt you again.
(29) An airline named Braniff came back to life three times to haunt passengers with lost luggage.
(30) The jewel is connected in the legend with the anthill, a favourite haunt of the Cobra.