English words and Examples of Usage

use "dread" in a sentence

Days at the camp were filled with terror and dread, witnesses said.

“I dread to think what the merger will do to my platinum-for-life status.”

I began spending my days full of dread about the moment I would enter my tent.

For me, horror's all about the creeping dread, the slow, unsettling burn, White says.

Many look at the year ahead and dread it, some look at it with eagerness and optimism.

A lot of New Year's dread comes from just knowing your resolutions will fail miserably.

Prosecutors say the laptop showed Ulbricht was logged into Silk Road as Dread Pirate Roberts.

DuVernay stages it with a deliberate sense of dread; you see these people walking toward hatred.

Some in these razed areas whisper that Abu Deraa was there, such is the dread he still inspires.

We are inundated with the message that aging is something we should dread and perhaps even fight.

D and Chief Science Officer of Lantern You probably dread your frustrating nightmare of a commute.

Discussion question: Is there anything you especially dread about getting old?

Hans Selye once observed that as much as we thirst for approval, we dread condemnation.

'A chief doesn't mean a master; no one has more dread of masters than I do.

I really dread speaking in public. I get so nervous that I feel like throwing up.

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