Definition of 'appalled'
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She was appalled at his blasé narration, not its content, simply the tone. THE LAST RAVENThere was an appalled silence except from the other twin, who wheezed merrily. A CONVICTION OF GUILTShe had never before been so humiliated, and the virulence of the café owner's anger had appalled her. WHEN THE APRICOTS BLOOM
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British English: appalled ADJECTIVE
If you are appalled by something, you are shocked or disgusted because it is so bad or unpleasant.
They are appalled at the statements made at the conference.
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