Robert Thompson, now 29, was one of the schoolboy killers of 2-year-old James Bulger in 1993, a case that appalled the country.
It infuriated James Baker, confounded Condoleezza Rice, and appalled Madeleine Albright.
They had reason to be appalled by Vietnam, but also, as Paul Potter of SDS put it directly: “The intellectuals want power.”
Holbrooke reportedly has been appalled at how badly prepared the State Department is to mount such a civilian effort.
But retired senior CIA officers, asked on background what they think went wrong, are appalled at the evident lack of tradecraft.
We were all appalled before that power, which, to human seeming, could bless or blast us in a moment.
Miss Todd will be appalled at the damage you've done to the floor.
He was appalled at the outburst of Anglophobia and war-talk which followed the message.
The Indians, who seemed to have set a high value upon life, were appalled.
Really, the more he looked the situation in the face the more it appalled him.