Aghast and Cowardly

Aghast

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Aghast adjective – Filled with fear or dread.
Usage example: I stood there, aghast, as the vile monster made its way toward me

Cowardly and aghast are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Cowardly" instead an adjective "Aghast".
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Cowardly

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Cowardly adjective – Having or showing a shameful lack of courage.
Aghast and cowardly are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Aghast" instead an adjective "Cowardly".
Nearby Words: cowardice, coward, cowardliness
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Both words in one sentence

  • The Hashshashin The Mongols go up against the Hashashin in the third Conqueror book; aghast by the group's cowardly and bloodthirsty ways.
  • Seppuku Lawrence is aghast at the suggestion since as a devout Christian and an Officer and a Gentleman he regards suicide as a cowardly act and (more importantly) a mortal sin.
    Source: Seppuku
  • Lawrence is aghast at the suggestion, since as a devout Christian and an Officer and a Gentleman he regards suicide as a cowardly act and (more importantly) a mortal sin.
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Cowardly and Aghast. (2016). Retrieved 2020, October 27, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/aghast/cowardly
Aghast & Cowardly. N.p., 2016. Web. 27 Oct. 2020. <https://thesaurus.plus/related/aghast/cowardly>.
Cowardly or Aghast. 2016. Accessed October 27, 2020. https://thesaurus.plus/related/aghast/cowardly.

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