Thesaurus / dreadfulness

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And so comparing, she could not but find in the one a nobility, in the other a—a dreadfulness.
THE WILD GEESESTANLEY JOHN WEYMAN
Each felt the dreadfulness of returning so abruptly to sordid exterior consciousness—each felt the gray ghost of Pele.
The dreadfulness and unexpectedness of this catastrophe occupied me wholly.
ARTHUR MERVYNCHARLES BROCKDEN BROWN
Impulsive Faith thought of nothing but the dreadfulness of it.
RAINBOW VALLEYLUCY MAUD MONTGOMERY
But as a dwelling-place for German troops it is a city of abomination and dreadfulness.
But as she smoked, she lost no opportunity of impressing upon me the dreadfulness of the tobacco habit.
By the discovering the dreadfulness of such a condition, and how hazardous it is to continue therein.
The suddenness, as well as the dreadfulness of the catastrophe, sickened him.
And then, suddenly, the dreadfulness of the deed she had done—though quite the puppy's fault, and not hers at all—came over her.
There had been barely a glance between us to betoken the dreadfulness of the moment.
RUGGLES OF RED GAPHARRY LEON WILSON

WORDS RELATED TO DREADFULNESS

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