Antonyms for appalls

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


But, frankly speaking, it is the nature of the risk that appalls me.

Do I dream—or do these eyes actually behold that which appalls my soul?

Even in the gayest hours of festival, it appalls and saddens all hearts.

But the thought of newspaper work after all this appalls me.

It is the fury of the cat which appalls, and turns it into a very coward.

Is it, thought I, the shadow of a sinister catastrophe that already projects over and awes, appalls him?

The sight of Chastel appalls me and it has had its influence upon Antoine and Suzanne, strong as they are.

They stretch out their hands to their wasted youth, and their future appalls them.

It is certainty that appalls; and it had been certain death that had awaited Janet's first cry.

But the exploring march to Oregon, and back East by the southern road, appalls him.