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  • adjective Causing fear, dread or terror
  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of dread.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective causing fear or dread or terror

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Examples

  • Dinazad, I know what you mean with White Linen - what I call the dreaded "Lauder Accord."

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  • Last month Michael Taylor and his family walked away from their two-story brick home off Columbia Street in Riverside rather than face the frustration and humiliation that comes with what they call the dreaded 'f' word; foreclosure.

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  • Last month Michael Taylor and his family walked away from their two-story brick home off Columbia Street in Riverside rather than face the frustration and humiliation that comes with what they call the dreaded 'f' word; foreclosure.

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  • I live in dreaded Michoacán, in the heart of the big city.

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  • I live in dreaded Michoacán, in the heart of the big city.

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  • I live in dreaded Michoacán, in the heart of the big city.

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  • I live in dreaded Michoacán, in the heart of the big city.

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  • I live in dreaded Michoacán, in the heart of the big city.

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  • I live in dreaded Michoacán, in the heart of the big city.

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  • I live in dreaded Michoacán, in the heart of the big city.

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