horror

[ hawr-er, hor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF horror

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Then came smoke, the smell of scorching linen, and a cry of horror from Celine.

There must be women there, and women meant screams, horror, betrayal.

So I said I didn't love her to save her from the knowledge of this horror.

Her friends advised her to leave it, but she had a horror of removal, of change.

He was not halfway around the house before he heard a voice that chilled him with horror.

Andrew, thrilling with horror, recognized one as a sawed-off shotgun.

The mitigation of that horror they condemn, resent, and often ascribe to the devil.

Not with an outburst of horror; he had not even been informed that he was irreverent.

Horror and pain may come, but not because he forgets—nay, just because he does not forget.

Through the cold and darkness came a shriek that chilled her with horror.

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