- adj. 闹鬼的；反复出现的；受到困扰的
- v. 常去；缠住；使担忧（haunt的过去式和过去分词）
- haunted (adj.)
- early 14c., "accustomed;" 1570s, "much-frequented;" past participle adjective from haunt (v.). Meaning "visited by ghosts" is from 1711; haunted house attested by 1733.
- 1. His parents' obsession with keeping up appearances haunted his childhood.
- 2. The forest was dark and silent, haunted by shadows and unseen presences.
- 3. The village is haunted by the ghosts of the dead children.
- 4. The insanity which ran in his family haunted him.
- 5. She looked so haunted, I almost didn't recognize her.
[ haunted 造句 ]