ghast

Ghast vs Ghoast - What's the difference?

ghast | ghoast |


As a verb ghast

is .

As an adjective ghast

is having a ghastly appearance; weird.

As a noun ghoast is

.

Ghast vs Chast - What's the difference?

ghast | chast |


As verbs the difference between ghast and chast

is that ghast is while chast is (obsolete) to chasten.

As an adjective ghast

is having a ghastly appearance; weird.

Ghats vs Ghast - What's the difference?

ghats | ghast |


As a proper noun ghats

is a pair of mountain ranges in southern india.

As a verb ghast is

.

As an adjective ghast is

having a ghastly appearance; weird.

Gast vs Ghast - What's the difference?

gast | ghast |


As a noun gast

is a guest.

As a verb ghast is

.

As an adjective ghast is

having a ghastly appearance; weird.

Ghost vs Ghast - What's the difference?

ghost | ghast |


As verbs the difference between ghost and ghast

is that ghost is (obsolete|transitive) to haunt; to appear to in the form of an apparition while ghast is .

As a noun ghost

is (rare) the spirit; the soul of man.

As an adjective ghast is

having a ghastly appearance; weird.

Weird vs Ghast - What's the difference?

weird | ghast |


As a noun weird

is (acronym) western, educated, industrialized, rich and democratic.

As a verb ghast is

.

As an adjective ghast is

having a ghastly appearance; weird.

Ghastly vs Ghast - What's the difference?

ghastly | ghast |


As adjectives the difference between ghastly and ghast

is that ghastly is like a ghost in appearance; deathlike; pale; pallid; dismal while ghast is having a ghastly appearance; weird.

As an adverb ghastly

is in a ghastly manner.

As a verb ghast is

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