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- adjective Of a
- verb Present participle of
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- adjective causing extreme terror
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One passenger captured the images of the incident and later described what he calls a terrifying scene.
Earlier, Sullivan had tweeted concerns about what he described as "terrifying" weather.
University investigators, however, couldn't determine whether Sullivan "felt unsafe and pressure to stay in the lift," specifically questioning his use of the word "terrifying."
And less than an hour earlier, Sullivan had tweeted his concerns about what he described as "terrifying" weather.
What's most terrifying is that it's true, exaggerated as it seems.
And the middle class lives in terrifying "economic insecurity." ...
Gloomy and takes a somewhat sadistic pleasure in terrifying enemies, but has some sense of right and wrong.
What's even MORE terrifying is that some people take her fanatical views seriously. (even congress) What is this world coming to?
Even more terrifying is the increasing Islamisation of the police.
But there was one – Gregori, the Dark One – who held her in terrifying thrall.