Haunt Adjectives

  • Favourite
  • Familiar
  • Favorite
  • Famous
  • Woe
  • Criminal
  • How do you describe Haunt?

    • 1. He frequents the edges of the irrigating-ditches, with their cool soil, their varied vegetation, a favourite haunt of the mollusc. 🔊
    • 2. Mrs. Langley and I are related and this room is an old and favorite haunt when I'm depressed. 🔊
    • 3. He did not really know why, but it was, perhaps, with some of that strange instinct that makes the criminal haunt the homes of those he has once injured, and means to injure more. 🔊
    • 4. So one afternoon Keith had borne Miss Alice off to his favorite haunt, the high rock in the Ridge woods. 🔊
    • 5. All the front of the house, the lawn, the kitchens, of which there were no less than three, and the kitchen yards; in short, every familiar haunt of the dwelling was deserted and empty. 🔊
    • 6. We might find the poet at Arles, perhaps, in his museum there, or lunching at the Hotel du Forum, a favourite haunt of his on museum days. 🔊
    • 7. The favourite haunt of beavers, otters, fishers, minks, and muskrats is a marshy region containing little lakes and streams; while for lynxes, a willowy valley interspersed with poplars is the usual resort. 🔊
    • 8. Immediately beneath me was the thicket called the Home Spinney, the favourite haunt of hare and pheasant, and the spot in all the Chase most cherished by Sir Massingberd. 🔊