He is puzzled or aghast at them.
A nation that was aghast at Mrs.
Ashok was aghast at his own doing.
Mr Ellis isn't decrying the death of the man, he is aghast at the way it was all done.
I am aghast at the racial, prejudiced, and how I think uninformed these Americans are.
I am aghast at how any creative decision is ripped apart regardless of a win or a loss.
I was motivated to launch Collegiate Nation because I was aghast at how Facebook handled people's private information.
He stood aghast with his mouth agape.
I am really aghast with where he gets his law.
The women closed round, whilst I was aghast with horror.
I am totally disillusioned, aghast with the present Labour Party.
It is utterly disappointing and one can not help but be aghast with such poor policing.
If you're not from the village, you must be aghast with how the people reacted to Nong Fred's condition.
Churchgoers looked aghast as a scruffy down-and-out huddled in the church doorway as they arrived for morning service.
The humble garden gnome, once symbolic of questionable taste himself, has looked on aghast as the nation's patios have filled up with rattan and teak.
Today, we are founding fathers would be aghast by Earth's conditions.
Locals are aghast by the garishly low compensation given by the authorities.
Jul 24, 2012 11:51 pm Robert Scott says: I am aghast by the rudeness of these unlettered bitches.
Critics of the former mayor and his incinerator deals sat aghast in the audience.
Now I can't be too aghast about this.
Mike, I am sorry and aghast about the rating.
We educated class who actually are very aghast about corruption are less in numbers.
Hoof the ball, I shout, aghast for a moment at my honest vehemence.
In her bewilderment at this apparition she stood aghast for a second.
Think about that, baseball fans who are aghast over Mike Trout losing the AL MVP to Miguel Cabrera.
Ministers and officials were aghast over what looked like Krishna's clumsy -- and self-destructive -- attempt to pass the buck.
Though party partisans, pundits, and journalists are aghast over robocalls, the average Canadian cares about stuff that affects their daily lives.