Horovitz



[hawr-uh-vits, hor‐] /ˈhɔr ə vɪts, ˈhɒr‐/

noun
1.
Israel, born 1939, U.S. playwright.

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    [haw-ren-duh s, ho-] /hɔˈrɛn dəs, hɒ-/ adjective 1. shockingly dreadful; horrible: a horrendous crime. /hɒˈrɛndəs/ adjective 1. another word for horrific adj. 1650s, from Latin horrendus “dreadful, fearful, terrible,” literally “to be shuddered at,” gerundive of horrere “to bristle with fear, shudder” (see horror). Earlier form in English was horrend (mid-15c.).

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    [haw-ren-duh s, ho-] /hɔˈrɛn dəs, hɒ-/ adjective 1. shockingly dreadful; horrible: a horrendous crime. /hɒˈrɛndəs/ adjective 1. another word for horrific adj. 1650s, from Latin horrendus “dreadful, fearful, terrible,” literally “to be shuddered at,” gerundive of horrere “to bristle with fear, shudder” (see horror). Earlier form in English was horrend (mid-15c.).



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