Dread example sentences

He was giving them concrete proof that their might, hitherto dreaded and unquestioned, could be challenged by Indians.The days passed peacefully at Basra, but I dreaded the prospect of transporting Mij to England, and to Camusfearna.I started for school very late that morning and was in great dread of a scolding, especially because M.The Act does not only describe terrible crimes, but also lets people know what dreadful deeds human beings are capable of.We dread to imagine a time when clean air and water may no longer be available! You have learnt about the importance of air and water in your previous classes.He spent the next 28 years in South Africa's most dreaded prison, Robben Island.What would I not have given to be able to say that dreadful rule for the participle all through, very loud and clear, and without one mistake? But I got mixed up on the first words and stood there, holding on to my desk, my heart beating, and not daring to look up.Think of the panic in the world if this dreadful news leaks out.It must be dreadful for you not to have a pet bird as we have.They would find a direct translation of an English novel dreadfully boring.

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