… and things that go bump in the night!

It’s that time of year when things are abroad in the twilight – so this week’s quiz is to see what they might be.  What are the anagrams of :  



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GHOST+N           THONGS             THONG, to flog with a whip [v]
GHOST+S            GHOSTS              GHOST, to ghostwrite [v]
GHOST+S            GOSHTS              GOSHT, (Hindi) in Indian cookery, meat [n]
GHOST+S            OUGHTS             OUGHT, to owe [v]
GHOST+U           SOUGHT             SEEK, to go in search of [v]
GHOST+U           TOUGHS             TOUGH, to endure [v]
GHOST+Y            GHOSTY              like a ghost [adj GHOSTIER, GHOSTIEST]

GHOUL+C           CLOUGH             a ravine, also CLEUCH, CLEUGH [n -S]
GHOUL+M          MOGHUL            (Persian) an important person, also MOGUL, MUGHAL [n -S]
GHOUL+P           PLOUGH             to turn soil with a farm implement, also PLOW [v -ED, -ING, -S]
GHOUL+S           GHOULS              a desert demon preying on travellers, also GHOULIE [n]
GHOUL+S           LOUGHS              LOUGH, (Irish) a lake [n]
GHOUL+S           SLOUGH              to cast off [v -ED, -ING, -S]
GHOUL+Y           OUGHLY             to make ugly, also OUGLIE [v OUGHLIED, OUGHLYING, OUGHLIES]