What appalls me is that he didn't receive more from the individuals working for those companies.
It is a roof, and it welcomes us in hours when the cathedral oppresses or appalls.
Filled with morbid imagery, it both appalls and draws the reader in.
The only thing that appalls me is the parole system and the prison system.
It appalls me that all this brilliant talent is going into the design of ways of gaming our tax system.
The destruction of such fertile land appalls him and he stops them.
Word Origin and History for appalls
also appal, early 14c., "to fade;" c.1400, "to grow pale," from Old French apalir "become or make pale," from a- "to" (see ad-) + palir "grow pale," from Latin pallere (see pallor). Meaning "cause dismay or shock," is 1530s. Related: Appalled; appalling.