You have to give it up to him because his dreads
were so long and so gnarly.
The holiday nightmare can begin as soon as women set foot on the plane, with one in five saying they dread
fitting into tight airline seats, according to the research for Slimming World.
1 : to fear or dislike greatly <He can't swim and dreads
going into the water.
Yalom follows the usual American self-help book formula--a facile thesis [We all dread
death] followed by skating around variations on the theme, illustrated by case histories that seem to me to be more grief/loss issues than death anxiety issues, and which, incidentally, are all written in the exact style of Dr.
Thompson contextualizes the emergence of apocalyptic dread
as a conservative response to "rapid sociocultural changes over the last forty years" (7).
In her book Law, Sensibility and the Sublime in Eighteenth-Century Womens Fiction: Speaking of Dread
, Sue Chaplin undertakes the intriguing project of accounting for articulations of dread
in mid--to late eighteenth-century women's fiction.
That $900 electric bill he dreads
opening every January isn't going to hurt nearly as much this time.
Brave knights," he said, "my daughter has been kidnapped by the dread
The findings suggest that dread
derives, in part, from attention--and is not simply a fear or anxiety reaction.
, gracing the stage at Hall Two, The Sage Gateshead.
It didn't help, she said, that her partner for many years would combat his own dread
by "turning into Mary Lou Retton before we went on--he'd want to do backflips across the stage instead of partner me.
and the added weight of not being what everyone thought her to be led to depression and full-blown panic attacks that began to cripple her emotionally.
As I came to this realization, I was filled with both excitement and dread
A chapter needs to be added that includes why people dread
some hazards (nuclear weapons, terrorism, handguns) and so their risk is amplified, whereas other hazards are much more tolerable to the public and to elected officials (tobacco, alcohol).
Is it one of those "dark places where one feels dread
, where without knowledge of the horrors that occurred, there is a sinister and claustrophobic air"?