appall


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Synonyms for appall

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

Synonyms for appall

strike with disgust or revulsion

fill with apprehension or alarm

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The Queen is presumably appalled that a serial child abuser stayed at Balmoral, and Sandringham, and attended family birthday parties.
"We are appalled by reports of threats and nationalistic rhetoric during today's event in ViA!egrad.
I am appalled that we are presented with the arrival of strong young men who are certainly not children.
Ashton "is appalled by the bombing" and "condemns this terrorist attack in the strongest terms," a statement from her office said.
"It means a lot to me and my family and I am absolutely appalled at what is going on," said Devoy, who firmly believes Sisu should pay the rent they owe to Ricoh Arena owners ACL and thrash out a new deal.
"We are appalled that scammers are targeting people to defraud their money and we are working with the authorities to close them down," said Mr Hunter.
"I am appalled she used her position in such a way," the Daily Mail quoted Loveridge as saying.
'The result is a city altogether different from the older Indian cities, their indigenous styles of motion that so appalled the fastidious Corbusier'.
Your article "God's Laws and the State" (September 22 issue) featured the idea that the Founding Fathers would be appalled by the removal of the Ten Commandments monument from the Alabama state judicial building.
Imagine how appalled we'll all be if it turns out that the rest of GE is run this way.
Now Blatter says the sick tradition could harm the country's image and anger visitors appalled by the abuse - which provoked thousands of letters of protest when highlighted by the Sunday People.
Robert Spitzer says he is "appalled" at the way the media "simplified" his study suggesting gays can change to straight
I told him straight out that I was appalled by yesterday's debate.
A MAN who travelled nearly 200 miles to reach his injured mum says he is "appalled" that he arrived before a local ambulance.
The minister was reportedly appalled by the scenes of dilapidation he'd witnessed at the station despite up-to-date hardware that had never been put to use.