- n.暴行; 凶恶，残暴; 恶劣的行为;
- 复数: atrocities;
These people are guilty of acts of great atrocity.
He is as cool as a cucumber upon every act of atrocity.
Her dress is an atrocity.
The atrocity caused widespread indignation.
The new library building is an atrocity.
He mentioned the various instances, many of them marked with circumstances of atrocity.
We must be very careful not to commit an atrocity by bombing Teheran.
Starvation is an atrocity, and should never happen in the modern world.
I am shocked by the atrocity of this man's crimes.
Atrocity and terror are not political weapons.
They were shocked by the atrocity of his crimes.
Such an atrocity can hardly escape arousing puBlic indignation.
The environment of nature is good atrocity is stable.
The atrocity of the manager's actions appalled everybody.
People were annoyed by his atrocity.
I blush , I burn , I shudder, while I pen the damnable atrocity.
Make this atrocity known and hopefully stopped.
This week's atrocity in its economic capital should not undermine its progress.
The corruption of the Sisterhood is perhaps the worst atrocity that the surviving Rogues endure.
I was horrified by the 11 atrocity I had committed.
Hamas started atrocity and doesn't want to end it.
1. the quality of being shockingly cruel and inhumane
2. an act of atrocious cruelty