Aghast

• (v. t.) See Agast, v. t. • (v. t.) To affright; to terrify. • (a & p. p.) Terrified; struck with amazement; showing signs of terror or horror.
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Aghast

A·ghast' adjective & past participle [ Middle English agast , agasted , past participle of agasten to terrify, from Anglo-Saxon prefix ā- (cf. Goth. us- , German er- , orig. meaning out ) + g...stan to terrify, torment: confer Goth.
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Aghast

A·ghast' transitive verb See Agast , transitive verb [ Obsolete]
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