Thesaurus / aghast

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When the waiter had withdrawn, he and Cynthia looked at each other aghast.
CYNTHIALEONARD MERRICK
He was aghast at the gust of passion that had drowned all his senses for a moment.
THE HUNTRESSHULBERT FOOTNER
Aghast and confounded, Ribault declared his purpose to return and consult with his people.
THE LILY AND THE TOTEMWILLIAM GILMORE SIMMS
I heard Cousin Egbert say with what I was aghast to suspect was admiration.
RUGGLES OF RED GAPHARRY LEON WILSON
Mrs. Devereux's idea of irregularity was that it absorbed the devoted victim, kept her aghast.
REST HARROWMAURICE HEWLETT
But now that he was brought into personal contact with such an one, his very soul was aghast.
RALPH THE HEIRANTHONY TROLLOPE
He was aghast; no words can give, at all, any idea of how dumbly aghast he was.
"But that would have been defiance of the orders of the Navy Department," responded his auditor, aghast.
The actors stopped, aghast at the introduction of this new, appalling scene.
Here the sinful were brought face to face with the naked horror of their sins, and from it fled wailing and aghast.

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