Definition of 'dread to think'
Example sentences containing 'dread to think'
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I dread to think what will happen if we get really high winds again. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I dread to think what happens next. The Sun (2016)I dread to think what had happened to the fish. Times, Sunday Times (2013) I dread to think how many people this has happened to. The Sun (2013)Otherwise I dread to think what might happen to the price of shoes. The Sun (2010)I dread to think what will happen to this great British firm. The Sun (2010)I dread to think what will happen now when 70,000 are crossing their legs. The Sun (2006)He said: 'I dread to think what will happen if they all eat the plants. The Sun (2016)I dread to think what will happen if I hear their comeback single on the radio on my way to work. The Sun (2008)
Definition of dread to think from the Collins English Dictionary
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