specter

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From French spectre, from Latin spectrum (appearance, apparition).

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specter (plural specters)

  1. A ghostly apparition.
    1. A specter haunted the cemetery at the old Vasquez manor.

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specter

  1. first-person singular present passive subjunctive of spectō