horror

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hor·ror

(hor'ŏr),
Dread; fear.
[L.]

horror

Intense fear, revulsion, or dread caused by seeing or hearing something that is terrifying, shocking, or perceived to be life-threatening to the individual or to others.
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After attending a Horribleness Day Celebration, Wally decides he's tired of being monitored.
Alessandro's end is depicted with all of its horribleness. A hundred Indians on the hillside--Soboba people--and what seemed like a similar number of other cast members receive the crowd's hearty and righteous applause.
(7) Holinshed's stated justification--at once obvious and oblique--is on the grounds of 'horribleness' (Wine, 148).
In another interchange with a working class friend, Charlesworth himself waxes eloquently about how the horribleness of workers' lives comes out in his interviews and how sorry he feels for them.
When I asked an economist friend of mine what he thought might befall, he said the system would obviously continue in crisis but added Paul Sweezy's advice that the days of violent collapses are over and that the days of "dull horribleness" are upon us.
Wo enco settin opener.ob Ben, t a horr has to H and g c S fo Robinson said: "I say to the best players have horribleness to them.
I'm just watching it unfold and then tearing myself away from it and realising the horribleness of it all" Actor Colin Farrell on disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein "I just can't do the conforming thing at all in life.
I'm just watching it unfold and then tearing myself away from it and realising the horribleness of it all" - Actor Colin Farrell, above, on disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein.
This time round, viewers can expect to see Jonny in a serious relationship; Adam injuring Jonny after buttering the kitchen floor; Mum forced to pretend her mother has died; Dad inviting a friend over who talks with closed eyes; 'Horrible Grandma' returning for more horribleness, and a terrified Jim (Mark Heap) looking after five dogs.
According to a charity who knows its stuff, older people aren't getting the same chances to fight the horribleness that is cancer as the younger ones.
"When I look at Adam now I don't see all of the horribleness and feel hatred for the things he has done.