Dreadful

• (a.) Inspiring awe or reverence; awful. • (a.) Full of dread or terror; fearful. • (a.) Inspiring dread; impressing great fear; fearful; terrible; as, a dreadful storm.
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dreadful

1. Full of dread or terror; fearful. 'With dreadful heart.' ... 2. Inspiring dread; impressing great fear; fearful; terrible; as, a dreadful storm. ' Dreadful gloom.' 'For all things are less dreadful than they seem.' (Wordsworth) ... 3. Inspiring awe or reverence; awful. 'God's dreadful law.' ... Synonym: Fearful, frightful, terrific, terrible, ho...
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dreadful

adjective very unpleasant
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Dreadful

Dread'ful adjective 1. Full of dread or terror; fearful. [ Obsolete] 'With dreadful heart.' Chaucer. 2. Inspiring dread; impressing great fear; fearful; terrible; as, a dreadful storm. ' Dreadful gloom.' Milton. « For all things are less ...
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dreadful

exceptionally bad or displeasing
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dreadful

[adj] - very unpleasant
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