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  • He sat up, aghast with truth.
  • When the train stopped between stations and from the engine came a questioning, fretful whistle, he was aghast with certainty that something had gone wrong—a bridge was out, a train was ahead of them; perhaps another was coming just behind them, about to smash into them at sixty miles an hour— He imagined being wrecked, and he suffered more than from the actual occurrence, for he pictured not one wreck but half a dozen, with assorted miseries…… The flat wheel just beneath him—surely it…

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  • She stepped back aghast at the behavior.
  • Her employer looked aghast and fired her on the spot.

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