horribleness

[ hawr-uh-buhl, hor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF horribleness

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It looked so nice and comfortable, compared with the horribleness outside.

Amidst the horribleness of the dead, the men fought and lived.

The horribleness of thus bidding for Bethulah flashed on me even as I spoke.

He knew they spoke of the horribleness of death; but what was the cold script to the actuality?

Cain's words therefore are here to be understood affirmatively, and they show the horribleness of his despair.

But somehow the blind men themselves seldom seem to be overwhelmed by its horribleness.

If I have one horror on earth which transcends all other horrors in horribleness, that horror is—pirates.

He could not tell what fears had crowded upon him—they were indistinct in their horribleness—but some of them had already flown.

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