horrified

[ hawr-uh-fahyd, hor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF horrified

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It was a badge of courage, whatever it was—a badge which thrilled and horrified me.

He always kept his hat on, and this horrified Mlle. de Brabender.

His plan of the popes reigning by means of the poor and lowly now horrified him.

"But he pays US," Adams remonstrated, horrified by his companion's idea.

Horrified, her companion ran home to her father and told him what had happened.

Sergius sternly declined, but was horrified by the definiteness of his desire.

"There is the law," Wrayson said, with a horrified glance towards Louise.

They separated, horrified by the ghastly simplicity of the plan.

"My father would have been horrified," Roger said at luncheon afterwards.

"The green light," Smithy was saying in horrified understanding.

WORD ORIGIN

1791 (implied in horrifying), from horror + -fy. Related: Horrified; horrifying.

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