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  • adjective comparative form of ghastly: more ghastly

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Examples

  • Taking a breather from our Gulf Coast miasma in order to focus on an even ghastlier blight of cultural crude washing up on American shores.

    Will Durst: Vampire Nation

  • I stress I know nothing about the woman herself, but the background to his defenestration – hate mail from pro-life and animal cruelty groups, frenzied character assassinations from the ghastly Cristina Odone, and an unspeakably unpleasant piece of twit-gloating from the even ghastlier Nadine Dorries soon afterwards – is inescapable.

    Arise, geeks

  • I stress I know nothing about the woman herself, but the background to his defenestration – hate mail from pro-life and animal cruelty groups, frenzied character assassinations from the ghastly Cristina Odone, and an unspeakably unpleasant piece of twit-gloating from the even ghastlier Nadine Dorries soon afterwards – is inescapable.

    URGENT: Have your say on what Lib Dems should do next

  • Taking a breather from our Gulf Coast miasma in order to focus on an even ghastlier blight of cultural crude washing up on American shores.

    Will Durst: Vampire Nation

  • Ten times ghastlier than if it had been real, the chorus wailed and ululated back and forth along immeasurable distances -- became one yell again -- and went howling down into earth's bowels as if the last of a phantom pack were left behind and yelling to be waited for.

    In The Time Of Light

  • Taking a breather from our Gulf Coast miasma in order to focus on an even ghastlier blight of cultural crude washing up on American shores.

    Will Durst: Vampire Nation

  • They were stumbling backward, looks of terror spread across their faces, which looked even ghastlier in the torchlight.

    Sent

  • They were stumbling backward, looks of terror spread across their faces, which looked even ghastlier in the torchlight.

    Sent

  • They were stumbling backward, looks of terror spread across their faces, which looked even ghastlier in the torchlight.

    Sent

  • They were stumbling backward, looks of terror spread across their faces, which looked even ghastlier in the torchlight.

    Sent

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