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hor·ri·ble

 (hôr′ə-bəl, hŏr′-)
adj.
1. Arousing or tending to arouse horror; dreadful: "War is beyond all words horrible" (Winston S. Churchill).
2. Very unpleasant; disagreeable.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin horribilis, from horrēre, to tremble.]

hor′ri·ble·ness n.
hor′ri·bly adv.

horribly

(ˈhɒrɪblɪ)
adv
1. in a horrible manner
2. (intensifier): I'm horribly bored.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.horribly - of a dreadful kind; "there was a dreadfully bloody accident on the road this morning"
Translations
بِصورَة فَظيعَه أو مُرْعِبَه
hrozně
frygteligthæsligt
iszonyúan
hryllilega, hræîilega
korkunç/iğrenç bir şekilde

horribly

[ˈhɒrɪblɪ] ADV
1. (= dreadfully) [difficult, rich, embarrassed, expensive] → terriblemente, tremendamente
I was horribly drunktenía una borrachera terrible, estaba borrachísimo
I felt horribly embarrassed by the whole thingme sentía terriblemente or tremendamente abochornado por todo aquello
it's all gone horribly wrongtodo ha salido terriblemente mal
2. (= horrifically) [die, injure, scream] → de una forma horrible; [mutilated, disfigured] → horriblemente, espantosamente
they died horriblymurieron de una forma horrible, tuvieron una muerte horrible
men with horribly scarred faceshombres con unas cicatrices horribles en la cara

horribly

[ˈhɒrɪbli] adv
[cruel, selfish] → horriblement
to behave horribly → se comporter horriblement mal
(= extremely) [embarrassing, expensive, uncomfortable, drunk] → très
Our plans have gone horribly wrong → Nos projets ont très mal tourné.
[disfigured] → atrocement; [murdered] → sauvagement

horribly

adv
(= in a horrible manner)grauenhaft; murderedauf grauenhafte Art; they died horriblysie starben einen grauenhaften Tod; the man had been horribly injuredder Mann hatte grauenhafte Verletzungen davongetragen
(inf: = dreadfully) drunk, expensive, embarrassedschrecklich (inf), → fürchterlich (inf)

horribly

[ˈhɒrɪblɪ] adv (see adj) → in modo orribile or orrendo, tremendamente, spaventosamente

horror

(ˈhorə) noun
1. great fear or dislike. She has a horror of spiders; She looked at me in horror.
2. a disagreeable person or thing. Her little boy is an absolute horror.
ˈhorrible adjective
1. causing horror; dreadful. a horrible sight.
2. unpleasant. What a horrible day!
ˈhorribleness noun
ˈhorribly adverb
ˈhorrid (-rid) adjective
1. unpleasant. That was a horrid thing to say.
2. dreadful. a horrid shriek.
horrific (həˈrifik) adjective
terrible; terrifying. a horrific accident; a horrific journey.
ˈhorrify (-fai) verb
to shock greatly. Mrs Smith was horrified to find that her son had a tattooed chest.
ˈhorrifying adjective
References in classic literature ?
I know it's so, for I can't read this stuff in sober earnest without being horribly ashamed of it, and what should I do if they were seen at home or Mr.
Once he got drunk and was taken to a police station where a police magistrate frightened him horribly, and once he tried to have an affair with a woman of the town met on the sidewalk before his lodging house.
His shirt was hanging open, and his emaciated chest, covered with yellow bristle, rose and fell horribly.
repeated Christie; "you are horribly mysterious this morning.
I recall further both a general conviction that it was horribly late and a particular objection to looking at my watch.
And now it is struck; for, starting from his trance into that unspeakable thing called his flurry, the monster horribly wallowed in his blood, over-wrapped himself in impenetrable, mad, boiling spray, so that the imperilled craft, instantly dropping astern, had much ado blindly to struggle out from that phrensied twilight into the clear air of the day.
As strange misgrown masses gather in the knot-holes of the noblest oaks when prostrate, so from the points which the whale's eyes had once occupied, now protruded blind bulbs, horribly pitiable to see.
And he said if they did we must be horribly surprised and shocked.
I have known him to cut and slash the women's heads so horribly, that even master would be enraged at his cruelty, and would threaten to whip him if he did not mind himself.
She was in such a rage and felt so helpless before the girl's simple stare, and somehow she suddenly felt so horribly lonely and far away from everything she understood and which understood her, that she threw herself face downward on the pillows and burst into passionate sobbing.
Staggered in its progress for a time only, the pitiless routine of the house went horribly on its daily way.
Military officers destitute of military knowledge; naval officers with no idea of a ship; civil officers without a notion of affairs; brazen ecclesiastics, of the worst world worldly, with sensual eyes, loose tongues, and looser lives; all totally unfit for their several callings, all lying horribly in pretending to belong to them, but all nearly or remotely of the order of Monseigneur, and therefore foisted on all public employments from which anything was to be got; these were to be told off by the score and the score.