- v. present participle of dread.
“The suppliants had shrunk back, dreading from the undisguised emotions of their leader that their request would be refused.”
“What I’m dreading is not what Ritchie might have done with or to the character.”
“The night we’ve been both anticipating and dreading is finally here: It’s time for the final Lost episode of 2008.”
“Fantasy in Death, JD Robb-I'm taking my time with this one-love it, but I'm kind of dreading the long wait til the next.”
“The ride I was kind of dreading was more fun than a drive should be!”
“He's far from alone there, Mr. Marquis, so I'm kind of dreading it now, but I'm still gonna soldier through and watch it to find out”
“Actually i am kind of dreading the premiere of season 3 as much as i miss the boys i don't like the new change, but i so understand that kripke has to compeat with freakin docters banging in a hospital and csi and now the office.”
“I was kind of dreading it, having seen the preview so many times for the past year, and then reading reviews of how depressing it was.”
“I was kind of dreading this but actually it felt OK.”
“I'm kind of dreading going home as my mum sure has some men lined up already!”
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