Forget the dreadful musical remake, Nine, which missed all the impudent wit of the Fellini original.
A lot has been written lately about what a dreadful decade the “Aughts” have been.
The first time I was watching the 'fillers' at work I put my hand upon some dreadful slimy thing among the coal dust.
The other argument one sometimes hears concerns the dreadful curse of food-stamp fraud.
The dreadful economy deterred some illegal immigration and encouraged many other illegals to return home.
The Count, it appeared, was a monster of jealousy—he had led her a dreadful life.
He has been growing worse lately and any excitement is dreadful for him.
“It wasn't so dreadful what I did,” she muttered, to reinstate herself.
For three dreadful weeks he ran it in agony or apprehension.
And there's that dreadful speech he is going to give to-morrow.