e fai ma nofoaga
- e fai ma nofoagafaalavelave peahauntermafaagaloinafefe ai
Noun(1) a frequently visited place
Verb(1) follow stealthily or recur constantly and spontaneously to(2) haunt like a ghost; pursue(3) be a regular or frequent visitor to a certain place
(1) One issue that could continue to haunt the government is the downgrading of cannabis to a class-C drug.(2) Monroe would continue to haunt his life and career.(3) Meanwhile, there are still signs of the pub being a favourite haunt of artists.(4) This is a favourite haunt of buskers and artists, hanging out amid the theatres and restaurants in a manner reminiscent of Paris.(5) Sometimes Phyconos would wonder if the spirits of the plague victims still haunt the town in which the vampires lived.(6) It even seems to be straying into lurid, B-movie territory as we enter an all too familiar asylum where the patients haunt the corridors, drugged or demented.(7) And Sudan is just one of the conflicts that continue to haunt Africa.(8) Although the Cold War ended more than a decade ago, its impact continues to haunt the international community to this day.(9) After all, mass murder and serial killers haunt the modern psyche too.(10) the bar was a favourite haunt of artists of the time(11) And though these words may belong to the big screen, they will haunt us whenever we recall the poignant scenes from the moving film.(12) Bad luck continued to haunt the event when sponsors who had promised to back it suddenly pulled out leaving the promoters battling to find replacements.(13) Were the Socialists in London responsible for the problems that later came to plague the fledgling state of Pakistan and continue to haunt it to this day?(14) This divide between race and class politics continues to haunt local and national efforts to build a progressive coalition.(15) Some tracks stand out so much that they will haunt you for days (Bread is a great example of it).(16) These refugees have not given up their intent to return to their motherland nor are they at the liberty of returning to it as long as terror and violence continue to haunt the valley.
1. hangout ::
2. appear in ::
faaali mai i le
3. frequent ::
4. torment ::
5. stalk ::
6. ghost ::
1. avoid ::
aloese mai le
2. shun ::
Different Formshaunt, haunted, haunter, haunters, haunting, haunts
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