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horror 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˈhôrər/,/ˈhär-/,
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horrors, plural;
  1. An intense feeling of fear, shock, or disgust
    • - children screamed in horror
  2. A thing causing such a feeling
    • - photographs showed the horror of the tragedy
    • - the horrors of civil war
  3. A literary or film genre concerned with arousing such feelings
    • - a horror movie
  4. Intense dismay
    • - to her horror she found that a thief had stolen the machine
  5. Used to express dismay
    • - horrors, two buttons were missing!
  6. Intense dislike
    • - many have a horror of consulting a dictionary
  7. An attack of extreme nervousness or anxiety
    • - the mere thought of it gives me the horrors
  8. A bad or mischievous person, esp. a child
    • - that little horror Zach was around

  1. intense and profound fear
  2. something that inspires dislike; something horrible; "the painting that others found so beautiful was a horror to him"
  3. repugnance: intense aversion
  4. Horror is an album by Boston, Massachusetts metal band Cannae. Released in 2003, it was their second release and first on Prosthetic Records. The album was produced by "Killswitch Engage" guitarist and producer Adam Dutkiewicz.
  5. The distinction between horror and terror is a standard literary and psychological concept applied especially to Gothic literature and film. Terror is usually described as the feeling of dread and anticipation that precedes the horrifying experience. ...
  6. Horror films are unsettling movies that strive to elicit the emotions of fear, disgust and horror from viewers. ...
  7. Horror fiction is a genre of literature, which is intended to, or has the capacity to frighten its readers, inducing feelings of horror and terror. Horror can be either supernatural or non-supernatural. ...
  8. Horror is the second studio album by Georgian Deathcore band With Blood Comes Cleansing. Released in January 22, 2008 by Victory Records to mixed reviews, it deals with the subject of the end of days or Armageddon.
  9. The Horror is a 2003 EP by RJD2, released on Definitive Jux on February 11, 2003. The title track and other songs first appeared on Deadringer.
  10. (The horrors) The Horrors are an English indie rock band who formed in mid-2005. They released their debut album Strange House, which reached number 37 on the UK Albums Chart in 2007. Their second album Primary Colours was released in 2009 and reached number 25 in the UK. ...
  11. A literary genre, generally of a gothic character
  12. (The Horrors) big hairdos for big hair anthems. Proper heroin-chic rockstars straight out of a manga comic. Too much fun for this early in the festival! ...
  13. (horrors) We are told in the Course (Workbook Lesson 14) that our egos have a "personal repertory of horrors," some of which are shared illusions and some of which are not. ...
  14. The horror classification denotes works that traffic in the bizarre, awful, and scary in order to entertain as well as explicate the darkness at the heart of the reader's soul. ...
  15. a pronounced state of fear, often characterized by dread, loathing or aversion.
  16. They are creatures that are entirely black in color, and sometimes cannot be seen at night. They are not stealthy, however, for they prefer making loud, terrifying cries, and jumping into battle with their vicious claws.
  17. contains vampires, ghosts, and other things that go bump in the night. Books with Gothic tropes fit in here, too.
  18. Denotes any game with classic "horror" elements. Usually refers to traditional gothic horror, but can include other horror styles. Examples: Alone in the Dark, The Lurking Horror, etc.
  19. is a bloody ghost, carrying around a ball-and-chain to remind us of his many sins--particularly his dalliance with the Plague of Sequels and Remakes. ...
  20. a figure with a theme based upon a well-known horror film, or other source in the horror genre.
  21. naughty, unpleasant child or person.
  22. del, S  gor, S  goroth