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Frank J. Wilstach, comp.  A Dictionary of Similes.  1916.
 
Haunt
 
  Haunts like a knell.
            —William Aytoun
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  Haunt us as eagles haunt the mountain air.
            —Philip James Bailey
  2
  Your beauty haunts me like a fevered dream.
            —Lady Dufferin
  3
  Haunts … like some sweet cadenced strain.
            —George H. Ellwanger
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  Haunts the memory, like the wild imagings of a fevered nightmare.
            —Robert W. Fraser
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  Haunted as a robber-path through wilderness of wood.
            —Victor Hugo
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  Haunted … like a regret.
            —Alphonse M. L. Lamartine
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  Haunts like a wild melody.
            —Thomas Moore
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  Haunt … like an avenging fiend.
            —Dinah Maria Mulock
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  Vex and haunt me like a tale of my own future destiny.
            —Friedrich von Schiller
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  Haunt thee like a wicked conscience.
            —William Shakespeare
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  Haunt one like a ghost.
            —Edward Sharpham
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  Haunting like spectres.
            —Sir Thomas Noon Talfourd
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  Haunted me like a passion.
            —William Wordsworth
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