OTHER WORDS FOR horrible
Origin of horrible
OTHER WORDS FROM horriblehor·ri·ble·ness, nounhor·ri·bly, adverb
How to use horrible in a sentence
“What we went through in 2016 was a totally different experience, and the pressure was horrible,” she said.
The top slider is called “Happiness” and pushing it to its maximum produced this horrible result that will almost certainly haunt you well after you’ve closed this article.Photoshop’s Neural Filters can alter people’s expressions in convincing—and nightmarish—ways|Stan Horaczek|October 22, 2020|Popular-Science
Part of me feels the pain of some damaged soul who had horrible demons placed upon his soul.
“We thought with the pandemic we would have a little bit of respite from horrible policies targeting asylum-seekers, but they continue,” immigration attorney Tammy Lin said.
So, we know in urban environments — this was happening before the pandemic and it’s only been accelerated now — that the retail environment is horrible.
But somehow the blind men themselves seldom seem to be overwhelmed by its horribleness.Observations of an Orderly|Ward Muir
He could not tell what fears had crowded upon him—they were indistinct in their horribleness—but some of them had already flown.A Black Adonis|Linn Boyd Porter
If I have one horror on earth which transcends all other horrors in horribleness, that horror is—pirates.Under the Waves|R M Ballantyne
Amidst the horribleness of the dead, the men fought and lived.Australia in Arms|Phillip F.E. Schuler
Cain's words therefore are here to be understood affirmatively, and they show the horribleness of his despair.Commentary on Genesis, Vol. I|Martin Luther