Appalled – meaning of the word and examples

Affected by strong feelings of shock and dismay. (Merriam -Webster)

If you are appalled by something, you are shocked or disgusted because it is so bad or unpleasant. (Collins Dictionary)

Very bad. (Cambridge Dictionary)

Shocking and very bad. (Cambridge Dictionary)

Greatly dismayed or horrified. (Oxford Dictionaries)


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The Odyssey Sentence: We cried aloud, lifting our hands to Zeus, powerless, looking on at this, appalled. Example Sentence: A gasp escaped the woman as she watched the appalling scene unfold before her.

Appalled. Word pandit.


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