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Synonyms for horrid

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Synonyms for horrid

exceedingly bad

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grossly offensive to decency or morality

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And the Owls said, "Have we honored the summer-house by occupying it all these years--and is the horrid light of noonday to be let in on us at last?
I own I was getting tired of listening--when she burst out plain again, in that one horrid word--Oh, miss, don't be impatient
Yes, pretty well; but are they all horrid, are you sure they are all horrid?
I will not say that this most horrid murder produced no sen- sation in the community.
Fancy an old, stumpy, short, vulgar, and very dirty man, in old clothes and shabby old gaiters, who smokes a horrid pipe, and cooks his own horrid supper in a saucepan.
First MOLOCH, horrid King besmear'd with blood Of human sacrifice, and parents tears, Though for the noyse of Drums and Timbrels loud Their childrens cries unheard, that past through fire To his grim Idol.
Now, shrieking and gibbering through his frothy lips, his yellow fangs bared in a mad and horrid grin, he rushed full upon Norman of Torn.
But now that he is under the dominion of love, he becomes always and in waking reality what he was then very rarely and in a dream only; he will commit the foulest murder, or eat forbidden food, or be guilty of any other horrid act.
Oh, yes, horrid people with dyed hair and painted faces.
Suddenly a deep-toned, horrid roar burst from some savage throat almost at my side.
From his warriors he knew the route that he must take to the horrid chamber of O-Mai and so he forced his unwilling feet across the room before him, across the room where the jetan players sat at their eternal game, and came to the short corridor that led into the room of O-Mai.
Those three horrid days in the workshop at Ithaca flooded his memory with all the gruesome details he had tried for so many months to forget.
I was about to congratulate him on his trophy when we were startled by a horrid, half-human, half-bestial scream a little ahead and to the right of us.
The tide was on the turn, and the horrid sand began to shiver.
There is none of the horrid English barbarity of feeling about the social position of an artist in this house.