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What is another word for haunting?

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Adjective
Very difficult or impossible to forget
“They teach their granddaughter the haunting klezmer melodies of their youth.”
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Worth remembering or easily remembered, especially because of being special or unusual
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Producing strong feelings and emotions
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Excessive, as results from obsession
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Producing powerful feelings or strong, clear images in the mind
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Likely to lead to an adverse or bad outcome
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Having an appealing melody or tune
Verb
Present participle for to inhabit, or visit frequently (typically used in reference to ghosts)
“Sometimes, Phyconos would wonder if the spirits of the plague victims still haunt the town in which the vampires lived.”
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Present participle for to frighten or terrify
“The bombing that resulted in so many casualties at Yan Shikou often came back to haunt me in my dreams.”
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Present participle for to mentally worry or torment
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“Like the struggle faced by the incarcerated trying to fully reintegrate themselves back into society, the stigma of being a Pleasureland employee may haunt me for many years to come.”
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Present participle for to preoccupy the mind of someone, typically in a troubling way
“I would like to tell you about one job I did under work for hire that continues to haunt me.”
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Present participle for to be a regular patron or visitor of
“He would at times meet his painter, or haunt his favorite bookstores, or retire to Ravenstein to play golf.”
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Present participle for to take control of someone's body or mind, especially in a supernatural manner
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Present participle for to make emotionally sad or depressed
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Present participle for to stay in the same place, position or level
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Present participle for do business at an establishment
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Present participle for to attend, or be present at a given place or location
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Present participle for attack, terrorize
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Present participle for to follow or chase after
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