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The film follows Frank, who is initially appalled by the idea of living with a robot, as he gradually begins to see the robot as both functionally useful and socially companionable.
Unbound by the restrictions of the doctrine, Limbaugh saw his program as entertainment first, an approach that would have appalled Smoot and Manion.
One woman said she was appalled that someone she’d been out with a few times said he had eaten inside an Olive Garden.
Crowl’s mother, Teresa Rowe, said she was appalled to see pictures of him in the Capitol.
I’m sort of appalled by the notion that one would make such a claim.
The same article on the hoof is all held by a ring of speculators at figures which appal the man of moderate means.
Sometimes the grossness and impurity, the ignorance and downright wickedness of the underworld appal and frighten me.
LONDON'S UNDERWORLDTHOMAS HOLMES
The danger began to appal him; he wanted to go back, and to justify the retreat he tried to call out, "No Coon here!"
TWO LITTLE SAVAGESERNEST THOMPSON SETON
The scene, however, was still terrific, and sufficient to appal the stoutest heart.
HILDEBRANDANONYMOUS
Fear not, even if the majesty of the divinity should at first appal you; do not tremble, though its glory should dazzle you.

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machinateverb (used with or without object) | [mak-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION