The Best Dread quotes

Welcome to a collection of dread quotes! This blog post is dedicated to exploring the power of the words we use and the impact our words can have on our lives. Dread is a powerful emotion, and it can be expressed in many ways. We’ll be looking at quotes that capture the essence of dread, and exploring how we can use them to reflect on our own feelings and experiences. We’ll also discuss how these quotes can be used to help us cope with difficult situations. Thanks for joining us as we explore the power of dread quotes!

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The best dread quotes

1. I have outlived that care that curries public favour or dreads the public frown…let the hand of law strike me down if it will, but I ask that my story be heard and considered. — Ned Kelly

2. And wonder, dread and warhave lingered in that landwhere loss and love in turnhave held the upper hand. — Simon Armitage, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

3. If there is one question I dread, to which I have never been able to invent a satisfactory reply, it is the question what am I doing. — Samuel Beckett

4. Nothing you are choosing to do for yourself is worth the tears and feelings of dread every single morning. NOTHING. — Mary Mihalic, The 40 Best Business Tips No One’s Ever Told You

5. You never say a word of yourself dear Lady Grey. You have that dreadful sin of anti–egotism. — Sydney Smith

6. I take his hand, holding on tightly, preparing for the cameras, and dreading the moment when I will finally have to let go. — Suzanne Collins

7. There is nothing more dreadful than having to go walking on one’s own on Monday. — Thomas Bernhard, Gehen

8. Could it really be this easy to land a handsome man? If so, why didn’t I try it ages ago? — Steve Hockensmith, Dreadfully Ever After

9. This was why Kiki had dreaded having girls: she knew she wouldn’t be able to protect them from self–disgust. — Zadie Smith, On Beauty

10. When I want to find the vanguard of the people I look to the uneasy dreams of an aristocracy and find what they dread most. — Wendell Phillips

11. Humans do not proceed in an orderly fashion from one scene to the next. Memory lies underneath happenstance — hope and dread sprawl on top. Our days and nights are their endless orgies.

12. Dreams can twist your emotions like no reality can. — Neal Shusterman, Dread Locks

13. The dreadful dead of dark midnight. — William Shakespeare

14. Be content with what you are and wish not change not dread your last day not long for it. — Martial

15. He is much to be dreaded who stands in dread of poverty. — Publilius Syrus

16. Balance lives in the present. The surest way to lose your footing is to focus on what dreadful things might happen. — Oprah Winfrey

17. I forget what killed it. I think it was her proposing to sacrifice the whole world for me. That is always a dreadful moment. It fills one with the terror of eternity. — Oscar Wilde

18. Folly, like its consequences, is dreadful.Wisdom, like its rewards, is great. — Matshona Dhliwayo

19. Let’s go on a road trip and like it, not dread it! There are no barriers, there is no fear. — Wayne W. Dyer

20. It was a dreadful thing to see. Humans beings can be awful cruel to one another. — Mark Twain, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

21. I felt dreadfully inadequate. The trouble was, I had been inadequate all along, I simply hadn’t thought about it. — Sylvia Plath

22. It is not death or pain that is to be dreaded, but the fear of pain or death. — Ralph Waldo Emerson

23. We were both smiling, in that bittersweet way one does when imagining something the heart longs for and the head would dread. — Robin Hobb, Golden Fool

24. With hardly any effort at all, she made me feel special. Just like all the other people she toyed with. — Neal Shusterman, Dread Locks

25. And so we continued to live in fear, hoping that we would not get caught. Fear had become our constant companion at this dreadful Lashkar–e–Taiba camp. — Vivek Pereira, Indians in Pakistan

26. Be content with what you are and wish not change nor dread your last day nor long for it. — Martial

27. Humans without humanity, A world of dread and fear for eternity. — Mouloud Benzadi

28. ‘it is not Love that is the crime and it is not Love that is the sin. It is the absence of it!’ARcher Tariq–”A Rising Darkness’ — Nikki Dorakis, The Dread Wolf

29. You never say a word of yourself dear Lady Grey. You have that dreadful sin of anti–egotism. — Sydney Smith

30. Why is it that traveling Americans are always so dreadful? — Sinclair Lewis

31. I dread the beginning of her new life more than words can tell, but I see some hope for her if she travels–none if she remains at home. — Wilkie Collins, The Woman in White

32. My mom is a yoga instructor: 100% black with dreadlocks. — Meghan Markle

33. If anyone could look into my head See or feel the dread that has captured Me or see within this sad, unhappy brain They would only turn away Turn away. — Walter Dean

34. You’ll get into dreadful trouble and it won’t be my fault. You are bad people. — Terry Pratchett, Johnny and the Dead

35. For the world seems never to offer anything worthwhile without also providing a dreadful opposite. — Stephen Fry

36. I shall not dwell in the past…I shall not dread the present…I shall not fear the Future…For as Long as I live…I shall only think of success. — Oscar Trejo Jr., Remember Me Tomorrow

37. I forget what killed it. I think it was her proposing to sacrifice the whole world for me. That is always a dreadful moment. It fills one with the terror of eternity. — Oscar Wilde

38. Heat madam! It was so dreadful that I found there was nothing for it but to take off my flesh and sit in my bones. — Sydney Smith

39. If there is one question I dread, to which I have never been able to invent a satisfactory reply, it is the question what am I doing. — Samuel Beckett

40. I forget what killed it. I think it was her proposing to sacrifice the whole world for me. That is always a dreadful moment. It fills one with the terror of eternity. — Oscar Wilde

41. He main retain his human dignity even in a concentration camp. Dostoevsky said once, ‘There is only one thing that I dread: not to be worthy of my sufferings’. — Viktor E. Frankl

42. Wisdom is a dreadfully wonderful gift, giving you great insight but terrible pain that you learn from. — Royal Cromwell

43. …it is easy not to believe in monsters, considerably more difficult to escape their dread and loathsome clutches. — Stanisław Lem, The Cyberiad

44. Wisdom is a dreadful thing when it brings no knowledge to its possessor. — Sophocles

45. Nor dread nor hope attend a dying animal a man awaits his end dreading and hoping all. — William Butler Yeats

46. Let’s go on a road trip and like it, not dread it! There are no barriers, there is no fear. — Wayne W. Dyer

47. Hindsight is always easier than the dreadful moment of decision. — Richelle E. Goodrich, Eena, The Return of a Queen

48. ‘i can’t destroy things so beautiful.””Time will destroy them if you don’t. Time destroys everything. But if you destroy them, it will mean something.’ — Neal Shusterman, Dread Locks

49. ‘1.01 MY PRAYERNo stone may turn when I walk, No being may pain when I talk, No man may dread of my knock, And this I ask of You to stock.[1] — 1’

50. And so we continued to live in fear, hoping that we would not get caught. Fear had become our constant companion at this dreadful Lashkar–e–Taiba camp. — Vivek Pereira, Indians in Pakistan

Conclusion

No matter the situation, dread quotes can help us to reflect on our lives and the choices we make. They can give us an optimistic outlook and motivate us to take control of our lives. With the right words, they can inspire us to take risks and make changes in our lives. As long as we are willing to take a good look at ourselves and make the necessary changes, dread quotes can be a powerful tool for self-reflection and personal growth.

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