English words and Examples of Usage

use "haunt" in a sentence

But, generally, those instances won't haunt you for years to come.

"But never 'fudge' the benefits - this can come back to haunt you.

The deaths at the Battle of Hogwarts would haunt Harry forever.

Superbugs haunt hospitals and intensive care units all around the world.

He warned that could haunt the Republicans in next fall's general election.

I know it's you for a fact," said Washington, who promised to haunt Franklin.

In it, Milligan not only says she'd go back, but that she'd also act in the haunt.

It also shows that the cyber weapons you build, or buy, can come back to haunt you.

Thicke's quotes would come back to haunt him after Gaye's family filed suit.

"How do we make this kind of situation not to come back to haunt us year and after year?

Universal is always a blockbuster of a haunt, featuring a number of mazes and scare zones.

The Gulf Islands are a favorite haunt for recreational sailors in the Pacific Northwest.

" ‘Ghost bride’ returns to haunt Chinese trio.41.

Sad memories always haunt the child.

The shame of being fired for stealing from his company will probably haunt him for the rest of his life.

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