1. dreaded

adjective. ['ˈdrɛdɪd'] causing fear or dread or terror.


  • dreadful
  • fearsome
  • terrible
  • frightening
  • direful
  • fearful
  • dread
  • alarming
  • dire
  • horrific
  • awful


  • good
  • pleasant
  • ordinary
  • mild

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Rhymes with Dreaded

  • imbedded
  • embedded
  • beheaded
  • threaded
  • shredded
  • breaded
  • wedded
  • leaded
  • headed
  • bedded

Sentences with dreaded

1. Adjective
Consciously eating every few hours both before and during your period may help keep those dreaded cravings in check.

2. Verb, past participle
The lower abs are often the most targeted abdominal area as flabbiness can give women the dreaded belly pouch.

Quotes about dreaded

1. To write as if your life depended on it; to write across the chalkboard, putting up there in public the words you have dredged; sieved up in dreams, from behind screen memories, out of silence-- words you have dreaded and needed in order to know you exist.
- Adrienne Rich

2. To the untutored sage, the concentration of population was the prolific mother of all evils, moral no less than physical. He argued that food is good, while surfeit kills; that love is good, but lust destroys; and not less dreaded than the pestilence following upon crowded and unsanitary dwellings was the loss of spiritual power inseparable from too close contact with one's fellow-men.
- Charles Alexander Eastman, The Soul of the Indian