aghast that

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  • Chris was initially aghast that he had yet another half-brother, but Dominic quickly managed to win him around.
  • I was aghast that I could have believed it. Cited from Phases of Faith, by Francis William Newman
  • She, like Vivian, was aghast that her father would marry someone new after her mother's death.
  • I was aghast that some people even considered re-making Kadhalikka Naeramillai.
  • After he's freed, he's aghast that Maya had murdered just to free him.
  • He told me aghast that I had spat blood. Cited from Adventures Harry Richmond by Meredith, v7
  • My logic tells me to be aghast that we ever got into such a place, but my nerves at present refuse to thrill. Cited from Active Service, by Stephen Crane
  • Alice is aghast that her friend would consider infidelity and advises her to give Harry a chance.
  • On seeing a portion of the family about him, he started again, and looked for a moment so completely aghast that he resembled horror personified. Cited from The Black Prophet: A Tale Of Irish Famine, by William Carleton
  • Captain Steve Rogers disconnects from the machine where he was aghast that what happened in the memory was not what he remembered.
  • Molly is aghast that Joy never showed up in her time of need and throws herself at Kunjachan's mercy.
  • Don, who values his privacy highly, is aghast that his extramarital escapades are being gossiped about, and immediately ends the affair.
  • Fran stopped, looking so comically aghast that Mrs. Thayne laughed as she kissed her. Cited from The Spanish Chest, by Edna A. Brown
  • Homer and Bart make a getaway, clearly aghast that they have forgotten Mother's Day.
  • Gimblet had shown himself so genuinely aghast that her resentful suspicions had vanished. Cited from The Ashiel mystery, by Mrs. Charles Bryce
  • A war widow returns to work with her former dancing partner, but her upper class mother-in-law is aghast that her grandson is being exposed to show business and takes legal steps to gain custody.
  • Then wept he bitter tears aghast That from his lips the words had passed, Though guileless he his soul possessed And faith still reigned within his breast. Cited from The Hymns of Prudentius, by Aurelius Clemens Prudentius
  • Cordelia is aghast that Fiona didn't tell her.
  • "I was more than slightly amused that some in the Earp field were shocked and aghast that I used a literary device to tell the story."
  • Congress was aghast that American sailors would habitate with the islanders so that congress negated Porters claim.
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