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Spell check of horror

Correct spelling: horror

inconsistency, repulsiveness, distaste, evil, fright, limbo, nightmare, sight, abomination, hobgoblin, panic, Hades, incubus, aversion, anathema, nausea, mire, scare, offense, torture, repulsive force, morass, apprehension, gruesomeness, trepidation, myth, werewolf, daemon, repugnance, succubus, purgatory, abuse, standoff, repulsion, repugnancy, shadow, furnace, ghost, gehenna, crime, inferno, fear, holocaust, specter, apparition, nuisance, villainy, dread, torment, bugaboo, oven, ghastliness, dislike, detestation, cold feet, terror, grisliness, anxiety, illusion, ogre, disgust, curse, plague, wickedness, hate, annoyance, execration, awe, monstrosity, fearfulness, incompatibility, hatred, Frankenstein, awfulness, alarm, iniquity, funk, vampire, abyss, atrocity, ghoul, repellency, bedlam, mess, phantom, affright, Styx, frightfulness, horridness, Dracula, agony, atrociousness, antipathy, phantasm, spirit, repellence, bugbear, mutual exclusiveness, chimera, monster, shame, love, misery, revulsion, dreadfulness, loathing, abhorrence, hideousness.

courage, intrepidness, liking, fearlessness, agreeableness, approval, intrepidity, fortitude, desirability, blessing, appetite, lark, partiality, attractiveness, bravery, desirableness, entertainment, heaven, guts, self-assurance, enjoyment, dauntlessness, appreciation, joy, taste, hardihood, preference, satisfaction, doughtiness, delight, fun, stoutness, pleasure, daring, relish, boldness, audacity, shine, gallantry, bent, predilection, vision, pleasurableness, penchant, fancy, self-confidence, delightfulness, picnic, courageousness, allurement, pleasantness, nerve, recreation, fondness, attraction, love, valor, esteem, treat, propensity, gratification, benefit, affection, diversion, assurance, appeal, like, confidence, desire, aplomb, paradise, favor, riot, use.

Examples of usage:

1) To- morrow he would take the trail down into the horror from which he had come. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

2) That is to you a horror, I see, but it was not that. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

3) I- I've such a horror of fires- She certainly looked as if she had. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.