A lot of people associate the word 'haunt' with ghosts and creepy stuff. But it really just means 'to visit frequently', amirite?

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So there really are teachers and students haunting my school?

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you had to verify this using a dictionary, amirite?

to save everyone else the trouble:

haunt (hônt, hnt)
v. haunt·ed, haunt·ing, haunts
1. To inhabit, visit, or appear to in the form of a ghost or other supernatural being.
2. To visit often; frequent: haunted the movie theaters.
3. To come to the mind of continually; obsess: a riddle that haunted me all morning.
4. To be continually present in; pervade: the melancholy that haunts the composer's music.
To recur or visit often, especially as a ghost.
1. A place much frequented.
2. also hant or ha'nt (hnt) or haint (hnt) Chiefly Southern U.S. A ghost or other supernatural being.

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This is a fact, not an opinion.

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