There is one stream which I dread my inability to stem—it is the tide of Popular Opinion.
I dread to go down, said she, with so determined an answer: they will have no patience with me.
We do not dread, rather do we welcome, their progress in education and industry.
He passed his hand across his damp forehead, for he felt faint with dread.
I cannot remember the time when a dread of one kind or another was not in the air.
Millions of people must regulate their lives in fear of these dread visitors.
The dread of French domination seems to have haunted him like a nightmare.
The dread was like a malign invisible presence, never leaving me.
I am in dread lest my uncle should call here before I get away.
She must communicate the dread defiling fact with her own lips!