Similar words: reader, dream up, dream of, leader, leadership, read, thread, spread. Meaning: [dred] adj. causing fear or dread or terror.
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(1) No one knew how to treat this dreaded disease.
(2) He dreaded that his wife would find out.
(3) Tim dreaded his parents finding out.
(4) This is the type of flood dreaded by cavers.
(5) She couldn't put off the dreaded moment forever.
(6) He's got the dreaded lurgy.
(7) She dreaded the pain of childbirth.
(8) I've got my dreaded cousin coming to stay!
(9) She's a victim of the dreaded hay fever.
(10) Politicians began to use the dreaded R-word: recession.
(11) He had always dreaded being singled out.
(12) Did I hear the dreaded word 'homework'?
(13) The dreaded moment had finally arrived.
(14) She dreaded old age.
(15) Inarticulate and rather shy[http://sentencedict.com], he had always dreaded speaking in public.
(16) He dreaded the prospect of being all alone in that house.
(17) Instead, he saw the dreaded red card.
(18) Think of the dreaded slipping seat.
(19) She enjoyed the freedom, but she dreaded being lonely.
(20) They dreaded bringing the news to the families.
(21) Running shoes was a category he dreaded investigating.
(22) They had dreaded reaching this moment.
(23) They may not face the dreaded inner-city bureau queue but the less frequent presentation of serious enquiries makes training slower.
(24) There cancer is not feared and dreaded, but is treated in a matter-of-fact way as an everyday occurrence.
(25) He dreaded the feel of the big leather belt across his bare legs and buttocks.
(26) He hated crowds and dreaded the Sunday service and its aftermath, which was usually a good whipping.
(27) They were Elephant Feet, the most dreaded, the most awful things in the world.
(28) If you have to make the dreaded phone call, prepare yourself.
(29) They had established a running diagnosis of Rift Valley fever, dengue or the dreaded Ebola.
(30) She now had dreams of a life beyond Wellesley and domesticity, and she knew she dreaded the summer at Wareham.
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