Adjective(1) shockingly repellent; inspiring horror(2) gruesomely indicative of death or the dead
(1) Her right arm came up, and pushed a hidden button on her forehead, and the helmet disappeared, replaced by a ghastly pale white head with green hair falling down her shoulders.(2) Much of what we see is ghastly and all too real; terrible anguish and sorrow.(3) It was a ghastly sight, indeed hardly ever paralleled.(4) But when we looked up, the fires and smoke shifted from ghastly spectacle to specific human horror.(5) From her ghastly pale face, Tom can tell that she was not healthy at all.(6) But the horror was just too ghastly to verbalize.(7) It may sound simple but the implications of any fuel price hike are always too ghastly to contemplate.(8) Rose expected the smell to be ghastly and terrible, but it wasn't.(9) The prospect of the team splitting up and going their separate ways is too ghastly to contemplate.(10) It would be too ghastly to contemplate the outcome of such an action.(11) Her mother's eyes widened when she read the signature, and her face turned a ghastly shade of white.(12) With his ghastly haircut and appalling dress sense, and his strange mannerisms, he is, nevertheless a giant of a man.(13) His face was ghastly white and his eyes were black and beady.(14) There was no mistaking those ghastly eyes and pale white skin.(15) India has had plenty of ghastly crimes, but this was arguably the worst of the lot.(16) For others it was a slaughter of the innocents, a ghastly reminder of the horrors and insanity of war.
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5. sick ::
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