1. shockingly repellent; inspiring horror;
2. gruesomely indicative of death or the dead;
The scene after the battle ghastly.
I feel ghastly about it.
The ghost in horrible movie usually has a ghastly face.
Convicts are sent to a dark ghastly dungeon.
When he heard the news, his face took on a ghastly expression.
It's a ghastly murder I ever heard.
The ghastly sight gave him the shudders.
She seemed to be assisting at a ghastly play in which she was the principal actor.
The dinner was ghastly.
What a ghastly man!
Bright reds and yellows gush a ghastly sight from the darkness.
The psychiatrist interpreted John's ghastly dream.
Tony made a ghastly mistake.
You look ghastly; are you all right?
This ghastly noise is screaming through the house.
There was a ghastly smile on his face.
We had a ghastly holiday; it rained all the time.
She looked ghastly pale.
You will banish these ghastly thoughts.
I something must beto up this ghastly breach between my dear mother and myself.
To Bertha the idea of living for ever and ever was merely ghastly.
The consequences would be too ghastly to contemplate.
She gasped at the ghastly sight.
She would return to find the castle charred and gutted, a ghastly skeleton . She didn't care.
He was surrounded by people who fed him ghastly lies.
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