Definitions

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  • adjective Struck with horror.
  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of horrify.

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  • adjective stricken with horror

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Examples

  • Her expression horrified, she clasped her hand over her mouth and abruptly stood up.

    I’ll Walk Alone

  • Her expression horrified, she clasped her hand over her mouth and abruptly stood up.

    'I'll Walk Alone'

  • Eranikus stared off into space, his expression horrified.

    WORLD OF WARCRAFT STORMRAGE

  • Eranikus stared off into space, his expression horrified.

    WORLD OF WARCRAFT STORMRAGE

  • Eranikus stared off into space, his expression horrified.

    WORLD OF WARCRAFT STORMRAGE

  • Now Merry withdrew her hand, her expression horrified, betrayed; it would have been less shocking, he thought, to tell her his dead mother was in the room with them.

    Some Fun

  • Now Merry withdrew her hand, her expression horrified, betrayed; it would have been less shocking, he thought, to tell her his dead mother was in the room with them.

    Some Fun

  • Now Merry withdrew her hand, her expression horrified, betrayed; it would have been less shocking, he thought, to tell her his dead mother was in the room with them.

    Some Fun

  • As a Republican, I remain horrified that this woman's presence in the GOP continues to further poison public opinion against us.

    Palin's PAC steps up contributions to GOP candidates

  • Marshall Gregory describes how his students ask him, in horrified tones, whether his ideas about ethics and literature mean that he is in favour of censorship.

    On Censorship « Tales from the Reading Room

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