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definición - dreaded

dreaded (adj.)

1.causing fear or dread or terror"the awful war" "an awful risk" "dire news" "a career or vengeance so direful that London was shocked" "the dread presence of the headmaster" "polio is no longer the dreaded disease it once was" "a dreadful stor..."

2.exceptionally bad or displeasing"atrocious taste" "abominable workmanship" "an awful voice" "dreadful manners" "a painful performance" "terrible handwriting" "an unspeakable odor came sweeping into the room"

dread (n.)

1.an overwhelming feeling of fear and anxiety

2.strong feelings of dislike

3.fearful expectation or anticipation"the student looked around the examination room with apprehension"

dread (adj.)

1.causing fear or dread or terror"the awful war" "an awful risk" "dire news" "a career or vengeance so direful that London was shocked" "the dread presence of the headmaster" "polio is no longer the dreaded disease it once was" "a dreadful stor..."

dread (v. trans.)

1.be afraid or scared of; be frightened of"I fear the winters in Moscow" "We should not fear the Communists!"

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Merriam Webster

DreadDread (drĕd), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Dreaded; p. pr. & vb. n. Dreading.] [AS. drǣdan, in comp.; akin to OS. drādan, OHG. trātan, both only in comp.] To fear in a great degree; to regard, or look forward to, with terrific apprehension.

When at length the moment dreaded through so many years came close, the dark cloud passed away from Johnson's mind. Macaulay.

DreadDread, v. i. To be in dread, or great fear.

Dread not, neither be afraid of them. Deut. i. 29.

DreadDread, n.
1. Great fear in view of impending evil; fearful apprehension of danger; anticipatory terror.

The secret dread of divine displeasure. Tillotson.

The dread of something after death. Shak.

2. Reverential or respectful fear; awe.

The fear of you, and the dread of you, shall be upon every beast of the earth. Gen. ix. 2.

His scepter shows the force of temporal power,
The attribute to awe and majesty,
Wherein doth sit the dread and fear of kings.
Shak.

3. An object of terrified apprehension.

4. A person highly revered. [Obs.] “Una, his dear dread.” Spenser.

5. Fury; dreadfulness. [Obs.] Spenser.

6. Doubt; as, out of dread. [Obs.] Chaucer.

Syn. -- Awe; fear; affright; terror; horror; dismay; apprehension. See Reverence.

DreadDread, a.
1. Exciting great fear or apprehension; causing terror; frightful; dreadful.

A dread eternity! how surely mine. Young.

2. Inspiring with reverential fear; awful' venerable; as, dread sovereign; dread majesty; dread tribunal.

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sinónimos - dreaded

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frayeur (grande peur) (fr)[Classe]

nerves; tension; nervousness; fearfulness; dread; anxiety; scare; fright; funk; terror; fear; panic; affright[ClasseHyper.]

objet de connaître, subir (fr)[ClasseParExt.]

nerves; tension; nervousness; fearfulness; dread; anxiety; scare; fright; funk; terror; fear; panic; affright[ClasseHyper.]

give a fright; give a scare; scare away; scare off; startle; strike terror into; cow; give a start; frighten; affright; strike fear into; strike fear/terror $iµetc$/iµ into[ClasseHyper.]

effrayant (fr)[Classe]

trouble (fr)[Thème]

(fearfully; nervously; anxiously; faint-heartedly; timorously; pusillanimously; simperingly), (nerves; tension; nervousness; fearfulness; dread; anxiety; scare; fright; funk; terror; fear; panic; affright), (give a fright; give a scare; scare away; scare off; startle; strike terror into; cow; give a start; frighten; affright; strike fear into; strike fear/terror $iµetc$/iµ into)[Thème]

psychology[Domaine]

Frightening[Domaine]

fear, fearfulness, fright - excite, shake, shake up, stimulate, stir[Hyper.]

affright, cow, fright, frighten, give a fright, give a scare, give a start, scare, scare away, scare off, startle, strike fear/terror $iµetc$/iµ into, strike terror into[Nominalisation]

edgy, highly strung, highly-strung, high-strung, jittery, jumpy, nervous, nervy, overstrung, restive, uptight[Propriété~]

appal, terrify, terrorise, terrorize - panic - panic - terrorise, terrorize - hijacker, terrorist - frantic, frightened, panic, panicked, panicky, panic-stricken, panic-struck, terrified - frightening, terrorisation, terrorization - bird-scarer, bogey, bugaboo, bugbear, scarecrow, scarer, specter, spectre, strawman, straw man - panic attack, scare - affright, anxiety, apprehension, dread, fear, fearfulness, fright, funk, nerves, nervousness, panic, scare, tension, terror - alarmingly, hideously, horribly, horrifically, horrifyingly - alarm, consternation, dismay[Dérivé]

alarm[Qui~]

be reluctant to, dread, fear, not like the idea of, not look forward to[Cause]

[ de peur de ] (fr) - [ de crainte que ] (fr) - [ peur de ] (fr) - [ par peur de ] (fr) - [ par peur que ] (fr)[Syntagme]

unalarming[Ant.]

dreaded (adj.)


bad, ill[Similaire]

dreaded (adj.)


 

frayeur (grande peur) (fr)[Classe]

nerves; tension; nervousness; fearfulness; dread; anxiety; scare; fright; funk; terror; fear; panic; affright[ClasseHyper.]

objet de connaître, subir (fr)[ClasseParExt.]

nerves; tension; nervousness; fearfulness; dread; anxiety; scare; fright; funk; terror; fear; panic; affright[ClasseHyper.]

give a fright; give a scare; scare away; scare off; startle; strike terror into; cow; give a start; frighten; affright; strike fear into; strike fear/terror $iµetc$/iµ into[ClasseHyper.]

effrayant (fr)[Classe]

trouble (fr)[Thème]

(fearfully; nervously; anxiously; faint-heartedly; timorously; pusillanimously; simperingly), (nerves; tension; nervousness; fearfulness; dread; anxiety; scare; fright; funk; terror; fear; panic; affright), (give a fright; give a scare; scare away; scare off; startle; strike terror into; cow; give a start; frighten; affright; strike fear into; strike fear/terror $iµetc$/iµ into)[Thème]

psychology[Domaine]

Frightening[Domaine]

fear, fearfulness, fright - excite, shake, shake up, stimulate, stir[Hyper.]

affright, cow, fright, frighten, give a fright, give a scare, give a start, scare, scare away, scare off, startle, strike fear/terror $iµetc$/iµ into, strike terror into[Nominalisation]

edgy, highly strung, highly-strung, high-strung, jittery, jumpy, nervous, nervy, overstrung, restive, tense, uptight[Propriété~]

appal, terrify, terrorise, terrorize - panic - panic - terrorise, terrorize - hijacker, terrorist - frantic, frightened, panic, panicked, panicky, panic-stricken, panic-struck, terrified - frightening, terrorisation, terrorization - bird-scarer, bogey, bugaboo, bugbear, scarecrow, scarer, specter, spectre, strawman, straw man - panic attack, scare - affright, anxiety, apprehension, dread, fear, fearfulness, fright, funk, nerves, nervousness, panic, scare, tension, terror - alarmingly, hideously, horribly, horrifically, horrifyingly - alarm, consternation, dismay[Dérivé]

alarm[Qui~]

be reluctant to, dread, fear, not like the idea of, not look forward to[Cause]

[ de peur de ] (fr) - [ de crainte que ] (fr) - [ peur de ] (fr) - [ par peur de ] (fr) - [ par peur que ] (fr)[Syntagme]

unalarming[Ant.]

dread (adj.)


 

émotion (fr)[Classe]

nerves; tension; nervousness; fearfulness; dread; anxiety; scare; fright; funk; terror; fear; panic; affright[Classe]

défaut du caractère (fr)[Classe...]

(but) dans le but d'éviter (fr)[Classe]

dans le but d'éviter (fr)[Classe]

give a fright; give a scare; scare away; scare off; startle; strike terror into; cow; give a start; frighten; affright; strike fear into; strike fear/terror $iµetc$/iµ into[ClasseHyper.]

émotif, agité, pas calme (fr)[Classe]

qui manque de patience (fr)[Classe]

relatif à (fr)[Classe...]

qualificatif du caractère (fr)[Classe...]

terrify; terrorize; terrorise[Classe]

avoir peur (fr)[Classe]

hijacker; terrorist[ClasseHyper.]

saisi de peur (fr)[Classe]

(fearfully; nervously; anxiously; faint-heartedly; timorously; pusillanimously; simperingly), (nerves; tension; nervousness; fearfulness; dread; anxiety; scare; fright; funk; terror; fear; panic; affright), (give a fright; give a scare; scare away; scare off; startle; strike terror into; cow; give a start; frighten; affright; strike fear into; strike fear/terror $iµetc$/iµ into)[Thème]

(nerves; tension; nervousness; fearfulness; dread; anxiety; scare; fright; funk; terror; fear; panic; affright)[Thème]

(fearfully; nervously; anxiously; faint-heartedly; timorously; pusillanimously; simperingly), (nerves; tension; nervousness; fearfulness; dread; anxiety; scare; fright; funk; terror; fear; panic; affright), (give a fright; give a scare; scare away; scare off; startle; strike terror into; cow; give a start; frighten; affright; strike fear into; strike fear/terror $iµetc$/iµ into)[termes liés]

(affectivity; softheartedness; tenderness; tenderheartedness; softness; perceptiveness; sensitivity; sensibility; sensitiveness), (air; aura; atmosphere; flavor; flavour)[termes liés]

psychology[Domaine]

Frightening[Domaine]

nerf ou au système nerveux (fr)[DomaineDescription]

EmotionalState[Domaine]

emotion - excite, shake, shake up, stimulate, stir - appal, terrify, terrorise, terrorize - coerce, compel, force, hale, oblige, pressure, pressurise, pressurize, squeeze - radical[Hyper.]

radical cell, terrorist cell[membre]

affright, cow, fright, frighten, give a fright, give a scare, give a start, scare, scare away, scare off, startle, strike fear/terror $iµetc$/iµ into, strike terror into - be reluctant to, dread, fear, not like the idea of, not look forward to - afraid - fearful - fearless, unafraid - frightening, terrorisation, terrorization - bird-scarer, bogey, bugaboo, bugbear, scarecrow, scarer, specter, spectre, strawman, straw man - fear, fearfulness, fright - panic attack, scare - affright, anxiety, apprehension, dread, fear, fearfulness, fright, funk, nerves, nerviness, nervousness, panic, scare, tension, terror - flap, panic, scare - terrorisation, terrorization - act of terrorism, terrorism, terrorist act - scourge, terror, threat[Dérivé]

terror[GenV+comp]

terroriser (fr)[PersonneQui~]

charged, keyed up, strained, strung up, tense[Similaire]

panic[Cause]

bravery, fearlessness[Ant.]

dread (n.)





Wikipedia

Dread

                   

Dread may refer to

  • Dread, a fearful emotion.
  • Angst, a profound and deep-seated spiritual condition of insecurity and despair in the free human being in Existentialist thought
  • A short story in horror author Clive Barker's Books of Blood collection, or the comic-book or stage adaptation of same
  • Dread, a 2009 horror film based on the Clive Barker story
  • Dreadlocks, a hairstyle
  • Dread: The First Book of Pandemonium, a different independently published modern-horror role-playing game
  • DREAD: Risk assessment model, a model for assessing computer security risks; acronym for Damage potential, Reproducibility, Exploitability, Affected users, and Discoverability
   
               

 

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