But it cannot surprise anyone at this point that the sorts of things that horrify decent people do not horrify Ron Paul.
This idea—becoming part of the star machine in any way—seems to horrify Friend.
Every day, newspapers and television outlets battled to see who could horrify more people with fewer words.
There's a captive audience for TV shows starring people who horrify us with their behavior.
Understanding is not sanction: these crimes still have the power to anger and horrify.
Far be it from me, Adoniah, to wish to shock or horrify any one, especially those dear to me.
A frightful accident like this moves, upsets, scares; it does not horrify.
Looking over the lectures again they horrify me with their loud-mouthed imbecility!
When the whole story comes to be told it will horrify the world.
The carcasses of sheep that hang in butchers' shops are beginning to horrify the conscience of Europe.