Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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He was more terrible than the bull, and Turkey was behind him.

Terrible as it had been in the night, it would be more terrible now.

It was to make his vengeance the more terrible that Rengade had killed Mourgue first.

This shock was all the more terrible as it seemed to galvanise a corpse.

She flashed me a glance of anger, of pious anger than which none can be more terrible.

Go to her; her tears are more terrible to me than the anger of gods.

Her silence was more terrible than any silence Claire René had known before.

His gentleness was like the peace of night and His anger was more terrible than a thunderbolt.

My loneliness was more terrible to me than any other condition of my situation.

"More terrible than you know," she whispered, still very close to him.