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specter
used in The Bourne Identity

3 uses
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Definition
a mental image of something frightening or disturbing

or:

a ghostly appearing image
  • The specter of such an operation wouldn't do much for the glory of Old Glory.
    Chapter 16 (49% in)
  • Whole networks he had used as Cain, listening posts and ersatz consulates that were no more than electronic espionage stations ... even the bloody specter of Medusa.
    Chapter 34 (21% in)
  • From the fast moment when a living, bullet-ridden man had opened his eyes in a humid, dingy room on Ile de Port Noir through the frightening revelations of Marseilles, Zurich and Paris-especially Paris, where the specter of an assassin's mantle had fallen over his shoulders, the expertise of a killer proven to be his.
    Chapter 35 (3% in)

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