Lexicographical Neighbors of Ghastfully
ghastfully (current term)
Literary usage of Ghastfully
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Overland Monthly by Bret Harte (1869)
"Meantime, in a stout box, under an enormous pile of freight, Obed Murch's fleshless skull was travelling to New York, ghastfully grinning to itself all the ..."
2. Our New West: Records of Travel Between the Mississippi River and the by Samuel Bowles (1869)
"The poetry was gone, and gathering overcoats and rubbers closely about us, we bent our heads to the undeviating shower, and pushed gloomily and ghastfully ..."
3. Peter Pilgrim by Robert Montgomery Bird (1839)
"... set afloat by his murderer, forms a well-known and ghastfully picturesque incident in border history,) who dogged the boats of emigrants, ..."