horrify ( horrifies 3rd person present) ( horrifying present participle) ( horrified past tense & past participle ) If someone is horrified, they feel shocked or disgusted, usually because of something that they have seen or heard. verb
His family were horrified by the change. be V-ed
...a crime trend that will horrify all parents. V n
When I saw these figures I was horrified...
Translation English Cobuild Collins Dictionary
1 affright, alarm, frighten, intimidate, petrify, put the wind up (informal) scare, terrify, terrorize
2 appal, disgust, dismay, gross out (U.S. slang) make one's hair stand on end, outrage, shock, sicken
comfort, delight, enchant, encourage, gladden, hearten, please, reassure, soothe
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