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Terrible | Definition of Terrible by Merriam-Webster

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Define terrible: very shocking and upsetting — terrible in a sentence.

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Terrible definition, distressing; severe: a terrible winter. See more.

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Synonyms for terrible at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.

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The original meaning of terrible was anything that causes terror. That meaning still applies, but mostly this is a word for anything really bad.

terrible Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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terrible meaning, definition, what is terrible: very unpleasant or serious or of low quality: . Learn more.

Terrible - definition of terrible by The Free Dictionary

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Causing great fear or alarm; dreadful: a terrible bolt of lightning; a terrible curse. 2 . Extremely formidable: terrible responsibilities. 3. Extreme in extent or degree; ...

terrible - definition of terrible in English | Oxford Dictionaries

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'the terrible conditions in which the ordinary people lived'. More example sentences. 'I mean, people say the trial is itself proof that things have changed, that ...

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Adjective[edit]. terrible (comparative terribler or more terrible, superlative terriblest or most terrible) ... He paid a terrible price for his life of drinking. . Unpleasant ...

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She usually emerges from her place of dwelling (usually a cave) to attend parties in the hopes that they will hook up with a guy too drunk to realize how terrible ...

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ter·ri·ble
[ter-uh-buhl]
ADJECTIVE
1.
distressing; severe: a terrible winter.
2.
extremely bad; horrible: terrible coffee; a terrible movie.
3.
exciting terror, awe, or great fear; dreadful; awful.
4.
formidably great: a terrible responsibility.
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