shuddersome

shuddersome

(ˈʃʌdəsəm)
adj
tending to shudder
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Sprinkled throughout the mile-long muddy course are nightmarish stations, where bloody butchers sharpening their knives, sinister clowns and pig men are ready to give a shuddersome encounter.
In the meeting, the minutes of which are certainly shuddersome, AKP parliamentary group deputy chairman Mahir E[pounds sterling]nal successfully described the abusive mentality that has driven the AKP's success so far with complete disregard for all sorts of principles and rules: "With a 150-year-old heritage, we have managed to bring all these issues closer to resolution in 13 years.
Admittedly, the feeling is somewhere between macabre admiration and shuddersome pride.
But it's really "Stuck on Repeat," another Goddard-assisted track, that's caused the overly-eager to tag her with the shuddersome title "The Future of British Pop.