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haunt vb.: trans. to frequent the company of, accompany or follow persistently Err. III. ii. 83, MND. II. ii. 85 “do not me thus,” 1H4 II. iv. 498, Troil. IV. i. 10 “how Diomed . . . Did you in the field” ; intr. to resort habitually, remain continually Mac. I. vi. 9, Oth. I. i. 96 “to about my doors,” Compl. 130 “following where he haunted.”
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