- [U]恐怖,恐惧,惊恐 feeling of intense fear or dismay; terror
- [S]憎恶,痛恨 feeling of intense dislike; hatred
- [P]令人感到恐怖的事 thing that causes hatred or fear
- [C]讨厌鬼 an unpleasant person, usually a child
intense and profound fear
something that inspires dislike; something horrible;
"the painting that others found so beautiful was a horror to him"
- He was filled with horror at the bad news.
- At the sight of the snake, he drew back in horror.
- Her eyes were popping out with horror.
- The news struck him with horror.
- That horror film made my blood run cold.
- She doesn't like to watch horror films.
- She had a horror of hospitals.
- To his horror, the bus caught fire.
- I was filled with horror at the bad news.
- I have a horror of snakes.
- It's hard to describe the horrors of their lives.
- The little horror never stops playing tricks on his parents.
- Sometimes his mind would dwell on the horrors he had been through.
- horror at the crime 对这种罪行深恶痛绝
The older generation held up outraged hands in horror at such sacrilege.出自： V. Brittain
I felt..pure cold horror hit me more savagely than the wind.出自： H. E. Bates