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haunt·ing

 (hôn′tĭng, hŏn′-)
adj.
Continually recurring to the mind; unforgettable: a haunting melody.

haunt′ing·ly adv.
Translations

hauntingly

[ˈhɔːntɪŋlɪ] ADV a hauntingly lovely sceneuna escena de una belleza inolvidable

hauntingly

[ˈhɔːntɪŋli] adv
hauntingly beautiful → d'une beauté envoûtante

hauntingly

advergreifend; melodious, tunefuleindringlich
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The elder one, Morgan, was a huge man, bronzed and moustached, with a deep bass voice and an almost guttural speech, and the other, Raff, was slight and effeminate, with nervous hands and watery, washed-out gray eyes, who spoke with a faint indefinable accent that was hauntingly reminiscent of the Cockney, and that was yet not Cockney of any brand she had ever encountered.
The quaint analogy quite hauntingly remained with him, when he didn't indeed rather improve it by a still intenser form: that of his opening a door behind which he would have made sure of finding nothing, a door into a room shuttered and void, and yet so coming, with a great suppressed start, on some quite erect confronting presence, something planted in the middle of the place and facing him through the dusk.
Whatever, this gripping piece is hauntingly atmospheric thanks to great performances.
Check-in is alarmingly fast, the service is awfully good and the staff are said to be hauntingly accommodating.
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This collection of 265 letters (820 are known to exist) shows a man of limitless complexity -- warm, funny, knowledgeable about art and fellow artists, completely devoted to his brother Theo, and yet, hauntingly fragile.
Looking down from above gives a totally different perspective on these hauntingly beautiful sites," says historian Bettany.
A GROUP of actresses dressed as the Charles Dickens character Miss Havisham hauntingly walk across Westminster Bridge.
With a voice hauntingly evocative of Garbage's Shirley Manson, Vickie's wryly insightful lyrics are thought-provoking like Le Tigre and Peaches before her.
Without Joy Division, New Order would never have been born, and the spirit of Ian Curtis, the deceased singer of the former, is surely resurrected with dignity by the stunning performance of Love Will Tear Us Apart; perhaps frontman Bernard Sumner may not possess the hauntingly beautiful vocals such as Curtis, but the devotion to both Joy Division and New Order is undoubted.
Set in and around a gothic school building, the film's never short on atmosphere and has a hauntingly dreamy quality.
The 12 songs cajole and transport the listener through a sometimes hauntingly real, often desperately hopeful journey that will remain long after the music dies away.