Appall

Ap·pall' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Appalled ; present participle & verbal noun Appalling .] [ Old French appalir to grow pale, make pale; a (L. ad ) + pâlir to grow pale, to make pale,
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Appall

Ap·pall' intransitive verb 1. To grow faint; to become weak; to become dismayed or discouraged. [ Obsolete] Gower. 2. To lose flavor or become stale. [ Obsolete]
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Appall

Ap·pall' noun Terror; dismay. [ Poet.] Cowper.
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appall

1. To make pale; to blanch. 'The answer that ye made to me, my dear, . . . Hath so appalled my countenance.' (Wyatt) ... 2. To weaken; to enfeeble; to reduce; as, an old appalled wight. 'Whine, of its own nature, will not congeal and freeze, only it will lose the strength, and become appalled in extremity of cold.' (Holland) ... 3. To depress or di...
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Appall

• (a.) To weaken; to enfeeble; to reduce; as, an old appalled wight. • (n.) Terror; dismay. • (v. i.) To lose flavor or become stale. • (v. i.) To grow faint; to become weak; to become dismayed or discouraged. • (a.) To depress or discourage with fear; to impress with fear in such a manner that the mind shrinks, or loses it...
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