ghastliness : Definition, Usages, News and More

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gast lee nuhs

  • n  the quality of being ghastly

  • The Millionaire touch of exquisite ghastliness comes when this fails to kill, and instead leaves him to ponder life as a "soulless monster.
  • Of manslaughter, not murderA murder's infamy usually derives from the renown of the victim or the ghastliness of the crime.
  • Beverly Hills has known more than a bit of architectural ghastliness in its day, but a new record may be in the process of being set.
News & Articles

  • #FiveWordTechHorrors: Your IT nightmares, in brief
    Brevity is the soul of wit, as Ernest Hemingway once demonstrated when he wrote his six-word short story: "For sale: Baby shoes. Never worn." Now, the explosion of the #FiveWordTechHorrors hashtag on Twitter has shown you can sum up all the ghastliness and heartache of IT in phrases of one word less than Hemingway's example. Here's a collection of the most pithy, pointed, and perceptive ...
    Dec. 11, 2013 - InfoWorld

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