Answer: horrible
Word Origin Middle English: via Old French from Latin horribilis from horrere 'tremble shudder' (see horrid).
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Middle English orible horrible borrowed from Anglo-French borrowed from Latin horribilis from horrÄ“re "to be stiffly erect bristle (of hair weapons plants) shudder shiver" + -ibilis "capable of exhibiting or causing (the action of the verb)" — more at horror entry 1 -able Learn More About horrible
86 synonyms of horrible from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus plus 147 related words definitions and antonyms. Find another word for horrible . Horrible : extremely disturbing or repellent.
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Horrible is popularly used to mean extremely bad—awful dreadful or horrendous. When it's used to describe a person it often means extremely disagreeable or cruel. Much less commonly it can mean literally causing horror— horrifying or horrific.
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