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Synonyms for appal

Synonyms for appal

strike with disgust or revulsion

fill with apprehension or alarm

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"I was appaled, especially as we had outclassed Bulkington virtually throughout.
He said: "I'm absolutely delighted on the one hand, but appaled that this case got so far on such flimsy evidence.
" The high court was appaled at what they saw as the principal's complete disregard for the college constitution.
He said: "We are appaled by the prospect of further fire strikes."
He was so appaled by what he saw that he has fired off a quote to the Italian club offering to re-equip the stadium with the latest bathroom ware.
Mercer plans to launch an appeal and his solicitor David Middleweek said: "We are appaled at the findings."
But one Stormont insider said the public would be appaled when news of the Stormont bash filtered through to them.
In an interview with German paper Welt am Sonntag he also revealed he was appaled at the state of training pitches in Scotland.
Eva Hynes who lives nearby said she was appaled when she heard of the proposals.
"Having been directly in the firing line at Temple Farm, I am appaled at the incompetence of the MAFF and the arrogance of the racing authorities in continuing to race," stormed the count, who had infected sheep on land adjoining his course.
The tribunal heard how Miss Foley's colleagues had been "shocked and appaled" that she had not got the job at the Orchard Health Centre in Bicester, Oxon, and the Horton General Hospital in Banbury, Oxon.
It is also feared that appaled locals will take the law into their own hands.
I was appaled by a story from a friend who uses e-mail at home along with her daughter.
"Officers within the RUC are appaled that families who have suffered so much are having to go through this sort of abuse."
But Con O'Connell, Regional Tourism Manager for Cork-Kerry, said he was appaled and branded the move a "restrictive practice".