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Ghost(1)

verb; other word formation type Conversion
1. Ignoring someone in conversation. 2. Leaving without saying goodbye or acknowledging your departure.
 
The verb form of “ghost” is a conversation from the noun form. It is used to describe actions which are similar to that of a ghost. In both definitions, the subject disengages or disappears, similarly to a ghost.
Etymology : identical to the etymology for “ghost”.
Source : “Hey, did she just ghost us?” (conversation with friends, 11/16/16)
Last modified: 7 December 2016


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