Ghostly (i:e., spiritual) occurs in the expressions "ghostly enemy" and "ghostly counsel," found in the Catechism and in the Communion-service of the Church of England, signifying the one our spiritual enemy Satan; the other, spiritual advice preparatory to partaking of the Eucharist (Eden, s.v.). SEE SPIRIT, HOLY.

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