horrify

From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhorrifyhor‧ri‧fy /ˈhɒrɪfaɪ $ ˈhɔː-, ˈhɑː-/ ●○○ verb (horrified, horrifying, horrifies) [transitive] SHOCKUPSETto make someone feel very shocked and upset or afraid Henry was horrified by what had happened.horrified to see/hear/find etc She was horrified to discover that he loved Rose.→ See Verb table
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horrifyMeg watched, fascinated and horrified, as he probed inside the animal, the blood dark on his fingers.Groups representing disabled people were horrified at the proposals.I was horrified by her swollen and distended stomach.Some of the students wept, horrified by the Holocaust survivor's stories.The President and I exchanged quick, horrified glances.I was horrified to find out later that in fact he had not collected her from school but from the police station.As Theresa would probably be horrified to hear.You are horrified, you can not think straight, as you stare at the broken body.horrified to see/hear/find etcAs Theresa would probably be horrified to hear.You are horrified to see a small foot sticking out from behind your rear tire.When we had entered the house, however, I was horrified to see Heathcliff lock the front door.She was horrified to see how quickly the opportunistic infection took hold.I was horrified to find out later that in fact he had not collected her from school but from the police station.Jessamy was horrified to find that a wave of pure jealousy was beginning to sweep through her.But, once she began thinking along those lines, she was horrified to find that she could not stop.O was horrified to see that the man was actually crying.