aghast[ uh-gast, uh-gahst ]SEE DEFINITION OF aghast
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AGHAST
"No, no; thank you," gasped the boy, aghast at the reckless audacity of the proposal.
The wench came up soon after, all aghast, with a Laud, Miss!
When mamma saw the wide staircase leading to the dormitories she was aghast.
The spectators recoiled, aghast with indignant astonishment.
I heard Cousin Egbert say with what I was aghast to suspect was admiration.
Daniel, aghast and alarmed, would have raised her but she pushed him away.
But Seth, instead of accepting the invitation, stared at him aghast.
For a spell I was too thunderstruck to speak, aghast at this catastrophe.
She was aghast, for all that she was far from understanding.
One step was all he took, and then he stopped, wide-eyed, aghast.