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But who ever heard of a haint that laughed?
Only my wool shawl kept me from looking like a haint peddling.
"A railroad come here last summer, but it haint been here no mo'."
"That the name of that haint you got?"
"So you're the haint that's been living in that house all these years," said Miz Evelyn.
"You left out the h in haint."
Was this a haint house?
Once there was a panic, someone as they walked past screaming and running from a patch of moving colour, crying "A haint!
He saw a haint in Syriac.
Them as haint dead.
"You telling us she's a haint?"
Some his some haint.
"Ain't Sylvie Delaney the name of the haint?"
My Grandpa and the Haint (1966)
Yr Haint (The Disease)
"I got a tree on my back and a haint in my house, and nothing in between but the daughter I am holding in my arms.
Several studies show that African-Americans may be predisposed to isolated sleep paralysis-known in folklore as "the witch is riding you" or "the haint is riding you."
The raged workforce of the factories ran for St. Jabber's Mound, to assault the militia tower for something-failing to protect them from that dreadful haint vision.
("Hain't" is to be distinguished from "haint", a slang term for ghost (i.e., a "haunt"), famously used in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird.)
He is exposed and arrested after Roy Coleman's partner disguises herself as Radinov and has Becky Farra videotape a meeting between her and Haint.
The townspeople believe that the man must be possessed by a haint (a wandering demon), even though the town doctor declares it was more than likely a medical condition that imitated death.
Paw-ter-paw combat is me best style, beggin' y' pardon, but this shootin' arrows hout of winder slits an' rollin' boulders, that haint fer the like o' me.
Minnie, an unmarried eccentric, calls on her spiritual guide, a "haint" she called Old Wife, to guide her through the healing as she feels Velma is resisting her efforts.
"Haint" is a synonym for ghost used in regional English of the southern United States, and the "haint tale" is a common feature of southern oral and literary tradition.
"Wooly gums is some kind of haint, some kind of thing like fog, only it's alive. . . . They look like people, but they ain't, they're some kind of gas, trapped, and they can't get out unless they's dead, unless somebody kills them."