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dreadful, frightful, dire, ghastly, horrible, hideous, unpleasant, repulsive, horrid, alarming, appalling, awful.
ghastly, revolting, hateful, dreaded, shocking, loathsome, fearful, monstrous, dread, hideous, frightful, unnerving, beastly, petrifying, extreme, gruesome, disastrous, abhorrent, horrendous, awe-inspiring, offensive, odious, rotten, awful, dangerous, unpleasant, horrid, desperate, unwelcome, poor, appalling, horrifying, vile, severe, unfortunate, awesome, harrowing, serious, dire, inconvenient, repulsive, atrocious, disturbing, dreadful, obnoxious.
second-rate, cruddy, scroungy, tawdry, rinkydink, no good, rubbishy, junky, two bit, no bargain, shoddy, secondrate, glitzy, second rate, rinky-dink, catchpenny, small time.
parlous, Jeopardous, risky, portentous, dangersome, on collision course, touch and go, shaky.
inauspicious, unpropitious, Ill-boding.
foul, bad, destructive, atrocious, hideous, abominable, calamitous, baneful, monstrous, disgraceful, reprehensible, offensive, repugnant, damnable, nefarious, repulsive, sinful, revolting, loathsome, heinous, evil, detrimental, repellent, wicked, sinister.
grisly, yucky, Blood-stained.
Operose, harder, Toilful, Difficile, uphill battle, effortful, unsparing.
offensive, frightful, embarrassing, atrocious.
nagging, smarting, extremely bad.
dreaded, direful, abominable, frightening, alarming, horrific, frightful, awful, intense, fearsome, horrendous, atrocious, dread, fearful, wicked, bad, severe, painful, unspeakable, dire, dreadful.
good, inconvenient, disastrous, attractive, lousy, unfortunate, welcome, disturbing.
Examples of usage:
– The Wooden Horse by Hugh Walpole
– Montezuma's Daughter by H. Rider Haggard
– Sylvia's Lovers -- Complete by Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell
– Five Little Peppers at School by Margaret Sidney
– The Witness by Grace Livingston Hill Lutz