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horrified

[hawr-uh-fahyd, hor-]
adjective
1.
showing or indicating great shock or horror: a horrified gasp; a horrified expression.
2.
accompanied or characterized by a feeling of horror: horrified interest.
3.
struck with horror; shocked: horrified and outraged spectators.

Origin:
1830–40; horrify + -ed2

horrifiedly [hawr-uh-fahyd-lee, -fahy-id-, hor-] , adverb
unhorrified, adjective
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horrified (ˈhɒrɪˌfaɪd)
 
adj
1.  terrified; frightened
2.  dismayed or shocked

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