In KoC someone has been ghosted when weapons have been sabbed without leaving any logs
"dude i lost 1400 nuns!"
"who sabbed you"
"idk he ghosted me"
автор: bill_the_ripper 6 октября 2009
To get ghosted is when a girl randomly changes her cell number and doesn't tell you what it is. Usually there is a boyfriend involved, and hes not you.
"She ghosted me after her boyfriend found out we were hooking up."
автор: JIMBOBB 15 октября 2007
...its when your having sex with a girl at a window, in the dark...ur mate quietly walks in and takes over, u walk out the room, out the front door...and stand outside the window waving hahahahahaha BOOM!
you have just been ghosted hahahahaah BOOM!!
автор: envygirl666 17 мая 2011
to steal.

origin: mariokart 64. the 'ghost' item randomly stole another player's weapon.
Oh shit yo he ghosted by shells!
автор: Doomie 10 июня 2004
When used in a multi-player game, "ghosted" is used to describe a confrontation in which you destroy another player flawlessly. (As if the player were not even there, or couldnt touch you at all.)
WillyPete:HAHA ez full hp ghosted noob
Xgamer:STFU i wasnt even trying.
автор: Turkey151 9 января 2008
Ghosted is when you sneak up on a group of people and take one of them out without them realizing it till after the fact they are missing, no sound was made or sign of how the victim was taken out, you hide in the shadows.
In MMO's or shooter games, when playing a rogue or ninja type class or in shooters, you snipe, knife, or do a takedown, you sneak up and burn down a player right behind the victim's group and they didn't even notice.
I just ghosted this noob and his group didn't see me and now they spreading out looking for me.
автор: Kung Faux Fahey 26 августа 2007
verb, ghost-ed
1. To have your bedroom become decorated with kleenex stye-ghosts, office-ghosts, snowmen-ghosts or other ghosts of varying thematics.
2. To be honored mischieviously while bedroom has been left unoccupied
3. To have a current condition or obsession be highlighted by craft ghosts

From the Old English gast meaning "soul, spirit, life, breath,"
(cf. O.S. gest, O.Fris. jest, M.Du. gheest, Ger. Geist "spirit, ghost"), from PIE base *ghois- "to be excited, frightened" (cf. Skt. hedah "wrath;" Avestan zaesha- "horrible, frightful;" Goth. usgaisjan, O.E. gæstan "to frighten"). This was the usual W.Gmc. word for "supernatural being," and the primary sense seems to have been connected to the idea of "to wound, tear, pull to pieces."
Becca, you are SO getting ghosted when you go to work tonight!

Guys, lets stye-ghost Allison.

That was such a good prank, better than the ghosts!

Lets put this Dwight ghost on her door so when she opens it it jumps in her face!

Could you hold this chair steady? I'm having some trouble with my ghosting.
автор: El Aylmer 11 декабря 2008

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