Synonyms for terrifying
Antonyms for terrifying
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TERRIFYING
Who'd keep him till this hour, terrifying of us all into fits?
He used to tell me about wonderful and terrifying adventures.
The wall was high and the stones "jiggled" in a terrifying way.
And he had no idea from which direction the terrifying sound had come.
All the men placed themselves at the windows to hide the terrifying sight.
You're a good little sister, Lydia, but you're a terrifying one.
To Sophy, it was as terrifying as receiving money from the dead.
But the city of that night wore a visage new and strange to her, and terrifying.
The noise was terrifying, and the picture the ship presented was intensely amusing.
The descent into the white-lined tunnel was a terrifying experience.
1570s, from Latin terrificare "to frighten," from terrificus "causing terror" (see terrific). Related: Terrified; terrifying.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR TERRIFYING
- real gone
- something else
- zero cool