A consumer society without taste is a horrible thing to behold.
But she said she understood it was “horrible” because “there are so many children being massacred.”
Any doctor can recount the horrible story of someone with early-stage disease who was swept away unexpectedly within a few months.
The former Guardian reporter called the Post columnist ‘everything that is horrible with the D.C. media.’
But the consequences of a nuclear exchange are almost too horrible to contemplate.
Her mouth was stretched in a horrible grimace, so poignant was her feeling.
Some horrible accident might happen to delay us here thirty minutes.
I went over to the table, and there I saw a sight too horrible to be described.
Robert was fully aware that he was exposing himself to a horrible death.
I wish you may not be going fast, and by the shortest cut, to that horrible and disgustful situation.
c.1300, from Old French horrible, orrible (12c.) "horrible, repugnant, terrifying," from Latin horribilis "terrible, fearful, dreadful," from horrere "to bristle with fear, shudder" (see horror). Used as a mere intensifier from mid-15c.