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1. The idiocy of his behaviour appalled her.
2. I was appalled by what I saw.
3. The brutality of the crime has appalled the public.
4. They were appalled by the damage from the fire.
5. I was appalled at/by the lack of staff in the hospital.
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6. I am appalled that children can mount up debts unbeknown to their parents.
7. They were appalled by the reports of the nuclear war.
8. He was appalled at how dirty the place was.
9. The idea of sharing a room appalled her.
10. She was appalled at her own lack of forethought.
11. appalled by the totality of the destruction.
12. It appalled me to see such sloppy work.
13. I am appalled at his mistakes.
14. They were appalled at the waste of recyclable material.
15. He was appalled by the indecency of their songs.
16. The state of the kitchen appalled her.
17. I was appalled by the loutish behaviour.
18. The enemy was appalled at our attack.
19. She's made it obvious that she's appalled by me.
20. He felt appalled by the whole idea of marriage so we broke up.
21. The decision to execute the two men has appalled many politicians.
22. We watched appalled as the child ran in front of the car.
23. I am appalled that one so - called authority could castigate thousands of successful(Sentencedict.com), worthwhile programs.
24. The public were appalled when they heard the president had been murdered.
25. It appalled me that they could simply ignore the problem.
26. We are all, of course, appalled that such items are still on sale in the shops.
27. 'I can't do that!' she gasped, appalled at the very idea.
28. I felt both vindicated and appalled.
29. When I heard what had happened I was absolutely appalled .
30. The thought that any parent would manipulate their child into seeking fame just appalled me.
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