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use "terrify" in a sentence

Loneliness is what should terrify you most, more than a slap or a kick or hunger even.

They are presented as hard-as-nails Glaswegians who terrify their taller ex-public school comrades.

Benjamin Britten once said that the old idea of a composer suddenly having a terrific idea, and sitting up all night to write it is nonsense. Night-time is for sleeping. terrify

He who eats it, who drinks it, sees many things which greatly terrify him.10.

She is smitten with Peter at first sight, but his involvement in the war and the specific dangers that he faces terrify her.

He argues at length that concern over swine flu and the resulting immunizations were actually false alarms put forth to terrify the public.

If you came walking down the hallway and saw that laying there on the floor, it would terrify you, he said.

Our options for his replacement terrify me.

If these lawless cabbies don't terrify you, Lyft's offering two weeks of free rides starting Friday.

Others argue the strikes still cause civilian casualties, terrify residents and violate Pakistani sovereignty.

Riina also ordered the murders of judges, policemen and prosecutors in an attempt to terrify the authorities.

After Christmas Cangrande marched his army to the walls of Padua itself in an effort to terrify the populace into surrender.

Other names given it include:Lord of Dreams that Terrify; He Who Shines Like Gold upon the Sea of Chaos; The Golden Lord; and L-Sama.

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