[ UK /ɹˈe‍ɪθ/ ]
  1. a mental representation of some haunting experience
    it aroused specters from his past
    he looked like he had seen a ghost
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How To Use wraith In A Sentence

  • The wandering wraiths, addicts and drunks that you see around town didn't just come about out of the blue - they were produced by the education system.
  • His St. Petersburg is another "Unreal City" whose wraithlike inhabitants leave hardly a smudge where they've passed. A Master of Technique
  • Her illegitimate position has rendered her wraithlike and insubstantial, almost disembodied.
  • No trace, only my cigarette smoke, hovering like a wraith, betrayed my presence by leaving the shadow of its scent as it passed through drab walls.
  • The faintest noise, it sounded like the creeping of some wraith.
  • The wraiths and phantoms creep under your carpets and between the warp and weft of fabric, they lurk in wardrobes and lie flat under drawer-liners.
  • Even if he had some kind of weird pseudo consciousness it would be no more than that of a wraith; nothing you couldn't override. SANDS OF TIME
  • Through the veil she saw the blink of gold, the flash of a silver ring on a pale wraith's finger.
  • Once inside the building, both Evoke and Max could feel the spirits and wraiths, but Evoke could feel the more powerful ones.
  • She becomes daily more insubstantial, her figure wraithlike.
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