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to deprive of courage or the power to act as a result of fear, anxiety, or disgust

Synonyms for horrify

fill with apprehension or alarm

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He said: "There are some truly, horrifyingly radical changes to the provision of patients services, especially with regards to emergency provision.
Horrifyingly heavy smoke from bombed houses turned out to be a burning garbage dump with extra smoke brushed in for effect.
It's a pretty disturbing picture but, horrifyingly, a true one from the overtaxed Los Angeles County Coroner's Office.
IN HORRIFYINGLY impeccable detail, author Kris-tian Williams argues that U.
All this is both extremely funny and horrifyingly plausible.
Her older sister Lizbet - who finds the inane details of life endlessly fascinating, but isn't quite so adept at tackling the big things such as money or relationships - finds herself unexpectedly and horrifyingly pregnant.
She's outside those statistics and yet she knows the indignity of being powerless and horrifyingly frightened at the hands of a dangerous man.
Two men who killed three taxi passengers when a late-night illicit road race in high-powered cars went horrifyingly wrong were both jailed yesterday.
Crypt Table - This horrifyingly detailed RIP Crypt Table is the perfect platform for a Halloween scare.
But taking money away from people on welfare--with incomes already horrifyingly low--makes no sense at all," said John Murphy, the Council's chairperson.
3 PETER WATKINS Watkins's films grow more horrifyingly relevant by the day.
Horrifyingly, it is thought the bunkers contain arsenals of live chemical and possible biological weapons, despite their location in a city of almost five million.
And Baban describes how the end to the Ceausecu regime in Romania meant the collapse of horrifyingly repressive pro-natalist policies, but left women juggling other impossible alternatives as they faced the demands of a male-defined competitive economy and expectations that at home they would remain subordinate to a patriarchal order.
And it ends up revealing that torture is horrifyingly common.
Sheer brutality is another horrifyingly distinct characteristic of these crimes, adds Clarence Patton, director of public advocacy at the New York City Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project.