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See definition of frightfulness on Dictionary.com
  • as inmonstrosity
  • as inugliness
  • as inatrociousness

synonyms for frightfulness

  • abnormality
  • atrocity
  • deformity
  • dreadfulness
  • enormity
  • eyesore
  • freakishness
  • grotesqueness
  • heinousness
  • hideousness
  • horror
  • monster
  • mutant
  • mutation
  • unpleasantness
  • wickedness
  • foulness
  • monstrousness
  • horridness
  • odiousness
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antonyms for frightfulness

MOST RELEVANT
  • beauty
  • righteousness
  • handsomeness
  • beauty
  • pleasantness
  • fairness
  • attractiveness
  • attraction
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    How to use frightfulness in a sentence

    A Vile feature of German "frightfulness" is this: that she mixes poison with her prisoners' rations.
    RAEMAEKERS' CARTOONSLOUIS RAEMAEKERS
    But all this is mere swagger and "frightfulness," an attempt to make themselves look terrible and frighten the bourgeois.
    THE BEHAVIOR OF CROWDSEVERETT DEAN MARTIN
    But Christopher had seemed neither to resent the frightfulness nor to care about the moral or spiritual consequences.
    THE GAY COCKADETEMPLE BAILEY
    It was a frightful crusade; yet who was to blame for it but the Germans and their own self-advertised frightfulness?
    THE CUP OF FURYRUPERT HUGHES
    Having got closer to immensity than their fellow-creatures, they saw at once its beauty and its frightfulness.
    TWO ON A TOWERTHOMAS HARDY
    People stood aghast at this new form of German "frightfulness."
    THE CHILDRENS' STORY OF THE WAR, VOLUME 4 (OF 10)JAMES EDWARD PARROTT
    Like so many more of the inhabitants, he had fallen a victim to German frightfulness.
    IN THE LINE OF BATTLEVARIOUS
    The man who was so bad that he was scared of himself must have been the original exemplar of the frightfulness doctrine.
    THE GLORY OF THE COMINGIRVIN S. COBB
    The frightfulness of the thought struck me speechless for a time—then I saw how false an impression my silence was conveying.
    MUGBY JUNCTIONCHARLES DICKENS
    The way, then, of ending what is called 'frightfulness' is by a complete victory over it.
    OUR PART IN THE GREAT WARARTHUR GLEASON
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    WORDS RELATED TO FRIGHTFULNESS

    • atrocity
    • awfulness
    • dreadfulness
    • egregiousness
    • flagrance
    • flagrancy
    • flagrantness
    • frightfulness
    • ghastliness
    • gruesomeness
    • horridness
    • monstrosity
    • rankness
    • repulsiveness
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