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Use "appal" in a sentence
"He was supposed to have outgrown all that and it can only appal the England manager, Fabio Capello, particularly as the reduction in numbers heartened the hosts."
"For on that day in 1914, as the first gruesome list of casualties from the front began to appal the nation at home, a cricketer whose single feat had entranced the whole game back in one of its sunny Victorian summers of innocence was killed in France."
"Or to appal anyone you might be giving a lift to in your car."