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- adj. Extremely frightened.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of terrify.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. thrown into a state of intense fear or desperation
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The little boy, who had obviously heard the shot, was huddled in the corner, his expression terrified.
Her gaze darted behind him, her pupils huge, her expression terrified.
For instance, in the scene where Ian gets captured, Connor, originaly trying to be helpful but now terrified, is curled up on the floor, his shield working like a bubble around him.
Why are you here, and do you intend to remain terrified of those fines for the nest four years?
KATE: I loved Graystripe and it was awful to write the scene where his little gray face stared terrified from the back window of a monster as the Twolegs carried him off.
SWEET ANGER doing on-air work, the calls terrified her.
The delicate snakes seem literally strangling each other in terrified struggle to escape from the Medusa brain.
"It's Mag Laird," whispered Dave in terrified tones.
I found Mrs. Lester alone in her flat, and she fell in with my views at once, because she, too, had heard of this very man, and the mere sound of his name terrified her.
The rest of us looked at each other in terrified questioning.
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