haunt

Haunt vs Hault - What's the difference?

haunt | hault |


As a verb haunt

is to inhabit, or visit frequently (most often used in reference to ghosts).

As a noun haunt

is a place at which one is regularly found; a hangout.

As an adjective hault is

(obsolete) lofty; haughty.

Haunt vs Harnt - What's the difference?

haunt | harnt |


As nouns the difference between haunt and harnt

is that haunt is a place at which one is regularly found; a hangout while harnt is (us|dialect).

As a verb haunt

is to inhabit, or visit frequently (most often used in reference to ghosts).

Haunt vs Naunt - What's the difference?

haunt | naunt |


As nouns the difference between haunt and naunt

is that haunt is a place at which one is regularly found; a hangout while naunt is (nonstandard|proscribed|dated) aunt, mine aunt.

As a verb haunt

is to inhabit, or visit frequently (most often used in reference to ghosts).

Haunt vs Hant - What's the difference?

haunt | hant |


As verbs the difference between haunt and hant

is that haunt is to inhabit, or visit frequently (most often used in reference to ghosts) while hant is to strip, peel (bark).

As a noun haunt

is a place at which one is regularly found; a hangout.

Haunt vs Chaunt - What's the difference?

haunt | chaunt |


As verbs the difference between haunt and chaunt

is that haunt is to inhabit, or visit frequently (most often used in reference to ghosts) while chaunt is .

As nouns the difference between haunt and chaunt

is that haunt is a place at which one is regularly found; a hangout while chaunt is .

Haunt vs Vaunt - What's the difference?

haunt | vaunt |


In lang=en terms the difference between haunt and vaunt

is that haunt is to persist in staying or visiting while vaunt is to boast of; to make a vain display of; to display with ostentation.

As verbs the difference between haunt and vaunt

is that haunt is to inhabit, or visit frequently (most often used in reference to ghosts) while vaunt is to speak boastfully.

As nouns the difference between haunt and vaunt

is that haunt is a place at which one is regularly found; a hangout while vaunt is a boast; an instance of vaunting or vaunt can be (obsolete) the first part.

Haunt vs Haut - What's the difference?

haunt | haut |


As nouns the difference between haunt and haut

is that haunt is a place at which one is regularly found; a hangout while haut is skin, hide of a person, animal or (part of a) plant.

As a verb haunt

is to inhabit, or visit frequently (most often used in reference to ghosts).

Haunt vs Taunt - What's the difference?

haunt | taunt |


As verbs the difference between haunt and taunt

is that haunt is to inhabit, or visit frequently (most often used in reference to ghosts) while taunt is to make fun of (someone); to (a person) into responding, often in an aggressive manner.

As nouns the difference between haunt and taunt

is that haunt is a place at which one is regularly found; a hangout while taunt is a scornful or mocking remark; a jeer or mockery.

As an adjective taunt is

(nautical) very high or tall.

Gaunt vs Haunt - What's the difference?

gaunt | haunt |


As an adjective gaunt

is lean, angular and bony.

As a verb haunt is

to inhabit, or visit frequently (most often used in reference to ghosts).

As a noun haunt is

a place at which one is regularly found; a hangout.

Jaunt vs Haunt - What's the difference?

jaunt | haunt |


In lang=en terms the difference between jaunt and haunt

is that jaunt is to ride on a jaunting car while haunt is to persist in staying or visiting.

As nouns the difference between jaunt and haunt

is that jaunt is (archaic) a wearisome journey while haunt is a place at which one is regularly found; a hangout.

As verbs the difference between jaunt and haunt

is that jaunt is to ramble here and there; to stroll; to make an excursion while haunt is to inhabit, or visit frequently (most often used in reference to ghosts).

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