He felt a dreadful fear grip him as he walked hurriedly towards his son
The win was more meritorious as at the final fence on the penultimate circuit the leader made a dreadful mistake and even Aaron didn't know how he remained in the saddle.
He adduces several wartime and postwar writers who veer away from addressing the German civilians' dreadful suffering.
The majority are prepared to take this moral holiday but it won't look good in the history books and it sure as hell looks dreadful from this end of the planet.
They were onto the danger of losing her to the streets or to some dreadful accident.
It has been widely denounced as a dreadful , expensive mistake, the very nadir of reality television… all of which is true, but what's your point?
As a youngster I had a dreadful fear of ghost stories and things that go bump in the night.
There are thousands of unlicensed vehicles on the roads, thousands of motorists who drive unsafely and thousands of dreadful accidents as a consequence.
Paul Begley made a dreadful mistake for the first when he came out to a hopping ball and let it over his head to the waiting Mattie Forde and the Wexford ace just needs a half chance.
After returning from Ireland and trying to forget about my dreadful mistake I found another person to throw my unrequited passion at.