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Amazon also added new camera capabilities to the Echo Show that might appeal to some but appall others.
AMAZON’S NEW ROTATING, FOLLOW-YOU CAMERA IS USEFUL — AND INVASIVEGEOFFREY FOWLERFEBRUARY 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Our house had been struck twice and the shrieking balls and bursting bombs were enough to appall the stoutest heart.
HISTORIC FREDERICKSBURGJOHN T. GOOLRICK
The sight of the glaring eyes and the blood-red fangs was enough to appall the stoutest heart.
THE RIVER OF DARKNESSWILLIAM MURRAY GRAYDON
Such a far-reaching programme might well appall the most energetic reformer, but Dr. Buttrick set to work.
THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF WALTER H. PAGE, VOLUME IBURTON J. HENDRICK
She with such fear O'erwhelmed me, at the sight of her appall'd, That of the height all hope I lost.
THE VISION OF HELL, COMPLETEDANTE ALIGHIERI
These men never pause before obstacles which would appall others.
LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF FRANK AND JESSE JAMESJ. A. DACUS
The uncompromising coldness and solidity of the viands was enough to appall a man conscious that his digestion needed humoring.
LOVE AMONG THE CHICKENSP. G. WODEHOUSE
It was enough to appall a stouter heart than Joel Jerdan's; no wonder he had recourse to the brandy-flask!
HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINEVARIOUS
At surgeon's call every morning there were sights which were enough to appall the stoutest hearted among us.
SPRINGFIELD IN THE SPANISH AMERICAN WARWALTER W. WARD
He must either give up his legal tyranny and yield you to us, or else face a future which would appall even a braver man.
A FASCINATING TRAITORRICHARD HENRY SAVAGE

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