To cause to feel horror. See Synonyms at dismay.(verb-transitive)
To cause unpleasant surprise to; shock.(verb-transitive)
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Use "horrify" in a sentence
""I picked it up with the 'goods' at Aunt Mary's," replied Tavia laughing, for she really only made use of the expressions to "horrify""
""You couldn't horrify them," she told an interviewer."
"Both options horrify many conservatives in the CDU, who complain that Ms. Merkel's pragmatism has robbed the party of any clearly conservative identity."