• US /ˈhɔrɚ, ˈhɑr-/
  • UK /ˈhɒrə(r)/
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  • n. 慘狀:驚駭:令人恐怖的事物;
  • She watched in horror as her child ran into the road

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  1. what do horror movies and comedies have in common?

  2. how does it feel when, in a horror film, you know that the scary villain is hiding behind that door in the darkened room?

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SGI Buddhist Movement: An Introduction (full-length version) Buddhist介紹

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  1. with fear and horror and dread, and so i decided that the only way

    而不是人們對她抱以恐懼和厭惡的眼神 於是我決定,唯有去多了解
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興趣和玩樂怎麼聊,用這些單字就對了!(中英字幕)(What do you do for fun)

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  1. and some people enjoy reading books, horror, drama, and whatnot, right? "whatnot" means

    另外一些人喜愛讀書,像是恐怖的,戲劇化的,諸如此類的東西,對吧? 「Whatnot」指的是
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  1. Catching your parents having sex.
    "Hmm hm hm hm hm, hey Ma, can you--OH MY GOD! MOM--DAD--DOING IT--MY EYES!!! THEY BURN!!! AAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHH!!!!!!"
  2. Watching [Oprah] Winfrey's "Beloved".
    I felt horror when there was the scene showing fat Oprah taking a piss and the scene showing some little girl fucking an old man.
  3. A seting invoking fear, tension, or utter shock.
    Horror comes in many shapes and forms, horror lives everywhere.
  4. A film genre including subject matter meant to be terrifying and revolting yet, for some unexplainable reason, highly appealing to many moviegoers. There also exists a demographic of contrary thinkers:
    "Dude, I love Jackass 2. It's freakin' hilarious." "I know, man." "Why would anyone want to see the whole movie take place in a dark, damp room where all the crazy stunts are performed on people without their consent by a demented clown?" "I don't get those horror movies either, bro."
  5. (as in the) A state of anxiety and paranoia brought on by excessive drinking the night before. Usually follows the physical symptoms of a hangover.
    I went out three nights in a row and on the fourth night I didn't half have the horrors.
  6. Although in the south of Ireland it means to be utterly [fluthered], in Dublin to be 'in the horrors' means being in a shockingly bad mood.
    Micko was in the horrors this morning. Not surprising, I rode his mott last night.
  7. used to described being out of your head drunk. usually preceeded by the words "in the"
    fuckin hell, i drank two crates of guinness and a half bottle of whiskey last night! i was in the [horrors]!