The whole hand-to-the-mouth gasping thing we do when learning that women go see these films is horribly retrograde.
But the woman who died at 36 had survived a horribly dysfunctional family.
The Daily Beast discovered Bibi Aisha at a Kabul shelter, horribly disfigured by her Talib in-laws.
We suspect the escalator dance number is where the American version went horribly, horribly wrong.
Asked if they found the cover offensive, 44 percent said yes—“horribly.”
And yet the idea that poor Grosse must be half crushed, horribly cut up and done for, was not in the least true.
It was known in the house how much he was worried; he was horribly nervous about his ordeal.
You'll be horribly shocked, but I'll tell you what Louie Preston did.
I was beginning to bully you horribly, but after this I suppose I must hold my tongue.
Lady Leroy's face turned so horribly ghastly at this speech that it was quite dreadful to look at.
c.1300, from Old French horrible, orrible (12c.) "horrible, repugnant, terrifying," from Latin horribilis "terrible, fearful, dreadful," from horrere "to bristle with fear, shudder" (see horror). Used as a mere intensifier from mid-15c.