Definition of Ghasts
1. ghast [v] - See also: ghast
Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Ghasts Images
Lexicographical Neighbors of Ghasts
ghasts (current term)
Literary usage of Ghasts
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Modern Nirvanaism by William Danmar (1914)
"... that the last great sacrifice that was enough forever, that of God's own son, had been made. The ghasts, now deprived of their special vapor meals, ..."
2. The Poetic Year for 1916: A Critical Anthology by William Stanley Braithwaite (1917)
"When I began reading ' Men, Women and ghasts,' I could not help recognizing the truth of these reflections by a modern critic. ..."
3. A Discourse on Religious Education: Delivered at Hingham, May 20, 1818 by Andrews Norton (1818)
"Then, — and this will be the end, — then shall we believe in nothing but ghasts. We shall ourselves be like God. We shall know, that essence or existence is ..."
4. The Principles of Sociology by Herbert Spencer (1896)
"Believing that the ghasts of the dead, retaining their appetites, feed either on the material food offered or on the spirit of it, this conception is ..."