German translation of 'horrify'
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Example Sentences Including 'horrify'
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Everyone is horrified by something, of course.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
She is no longer shocked by the horrifying antics of some parents.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
She has written a beautiful book about something horrifying and ugly.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
But then he sees something horrifying.The Sun (2008)
HE served only two years of his prison sentence for a crime that horrified the nation.The Sun (2011)
Here she tells how she was horrified to discover the terrible extent of the problem.The Sun (2012)
His horrified family called rescuers as he swam to the foot of the cliffs and waited for help.The Sun (2008)
I do love her and my family would be horrified.The Sun (2016)
I was shocked and utterly horrified.The Sun (2015)
It's about a just society imposing a fitting punishment for those who have committed a uniquely horrifying crime.The Sun (2008)
Not only will your family be horrified, it is against the law.The Sun (2008)
ONCE again DNA provides the key to solving crimes that horrified the nation.The Sun (2008)
She said: 'We were horrified when we discovered.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
She was horrified to discover her rubbish had been illegally dumped.The Sun (2012)
She was shocked and horrified but she is sticking by me and says she will help me as best she can.The Sun (2016)
The dad was horrified when he discovered where his son had been nicked, as he grew up in the area.The Sun (2011)
They looked shocked and horrified at first but they wouldn't go to court.The Sun (2012)
This accident was terrifying and horrifying.The Sun (2008)
This was virtually unheard of from a woman of her upbringing and her family were horrified.The Sun (2010)
Victims of crime must be horrified reading about yet another act of financial waste.The Sun (2010)
Each knew what his or her censor would allow and each was horrified to discover that the other's censor had totally different points of reference.Know Your Own Mind (1991)
They were interested, sympathetic, but certainly not shocked or horrified.Coping With Sudden Hair Loss (1988)
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Used Rarely. horrify is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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British English: horrify VERB
If someone is horrified, they feel shocked or disgusted.
His family were horrified by the change.
Translation of horrify from the Collins English to German Dictionary