[ goh-sting ]
/ ˈgoʊ stɪŋ /
the appearance of multiple copies or blurred representations of an object on a screen or in an image.
- the practice of suddenly ending all contact with a person without explanation, especially in a romantic relationship:He was a victim of ghosting.
- Also called French goodbye, Irish goodbye . the act of leaving a social event or engagement suddenly without saying goodbye:Ghosting might be the best option if we want to get home before midnight.
Digital Technology. the removal of comments, threads, or other content from a website or online forum without informing the poster, keeping them hidden from the public but still visible to the poster.
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Example sentences from the Web for ghosting
Unlike most government officials, he wrote well, even when ghosting.
There was no second thought in her mind when she first declined the ghosting, and afterwards undertook the part.Orley Farm|Anthony Trollope