(?), a. 1. Full of dread or terror; fearful. [Obs.] "With dreadful heart." Chaucer.
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2. Inspiring dread; impressing great fear; fearful; terrible; as, a dreadful storm. " Dreadful gloom." Milton.
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For all things are less dreadful than they seem.
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3. Inspiring awe or reverence; awful. [Obs.] "God's dreadful law." Shak.

Syn. -- Fearful; frightful; terrific; terrible; horrible; horrid; formidable; tremendous; awful; venerable. See Frightful.
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