Definition of Appalls

1. Verb. (third-person singular of appall) ¹



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Definition of Appalls

1. appall [v] - See also: appall

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Appalls

appaid
appair
appaired
appairing
appairs
appal
appalachian region
appaled
appaling
appall
appalled
appalling
appallingly
appallingness
appallment
appalls (current term)
appaloosa
appaloosas
appals
appalti
appalto
appam
appams
appanage
appanages
appanagist
appanagists
appar
apparachik
apparachiki

Literary usage of Appalls

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1. The Women of the Debatable Land by Alexander Hunter (1912)
"NEITHER DEATH NOR DANGER appalls. No woman is aware of her own capabilities until she is tested, and there are some who will meet an emergency on the spur ..."

2. M'Fingal: A Modern Epic Poem by John Trumbull (1856)
"... as if you'd gain'd supplies, From Beelzebub's whole host of flies, No bug these warlike hearts appalls; They better know the sound of balls. ..."

3. The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine by Charles Fenno Hoffman, Timothy Flint, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew (1855)
"FROM the ancient abbey walls, now that knell my soul appalls, As it rings in ... Bat within those abbey walls is a sight far more appalls; For dim phantom ..."

4. Poems of Paul Hamilton Hayne by Paul Hamilton Hayne (1882)
"How it rages, wilder, higher, Like a hot heart's fierce desire, Thrilled with passion that appalls us, Half appalls, and yet enthralls us, ..."

5. Martin's History of France. The Decline of the French Monarchy: The Decline by Henri Martin (1866)
"This idea of a nation working as a single man fascinates the imagination, but appalls the reason. Suppose that individual liberty, the principle of all ..."

6. The Decline of the French Monarchy by Henri Martin (1866)
"This idea of a nation working as a single man fascinates the imagination, but appalls the reason. Suppose that individual liberty, the principle of all ..."

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