With a hideous
scream of pain and rage, the wounded banth hurtled, clawing, past him.
Dinah did not know that the crowd was silent, gazing at her with a sort of awe--she did not even know how near they were to the fatal spot, when the cart stopped, and she shrank appalled at a loud shout hideous
to her ear, like a vast yell of demons.
CLOTHES therefore, must be truly a badge of greatness; the insignia of the superiority of MAN over all other animals, for surely there could be no other reason for wearing the hideous
By the hideous
prison-wall, To tell the men who tramp the yard
"In the campong next to yours there are a dozen others," replied von Horn, "nor would it be easy to say which is the most hideous
This time they came quite to the village gate, but when Sheeta and the hideous
apes leaped among them they turned screaming in terror, and again fled to the jungle.
'Making a cock-shy of him,' replies the hideous
I felt, in a fierce rigor of confidence, that if I stood my ground a minute I should cease--for the time, at least-- to have him to reckon with; and during the minute, accordingly, the thing was as human and hideous
as a real interview: hideous
just because it WAS human, as human as to have met alone, in the small hours, in a sleeping house, some enemy, some adventurer, some criminal.
As Tarzan rose upon the body of his kill to scream forth his hideous
victory cry into the face of the moon the wind carried to his nostrils something which froze him to statuesque immobility and silence.
Everything that had seemed to her possible before was now so difficult to consider, especially in this noisy crowd of hideous
people who would not leave her alone.
A half-caste, in a ragged turban and a shabby ulster, grinned a hideous
greeting as he thrust a bottle of brandy and two tumblers in front of them.
And then from behind him broke a hideous
bedlam of savage war cries and a score of shrieking blacks were upon them.
It must have been fully eighty feet long from the end of its long, hideous
beak to the tip of its thick, short tail, with an equal spread of wings.
It sank and arose again--a headless, hideous
, monstrous thing of menace.
When from dark error's subjugation My words of passionate exhortation Had wrenched thy fainting spirit free; And writhing prone in thine affliction Thou didst recall with malediction The vice that had encompassed thee: And when thy slumbering conscience, fretting By recollection's torturing flame, Thou didst reveal the hideous
setting Of thy life's current ere I came: When suddenly I saw thee sicken, And weeping, hide thine anguished face, Revolted, maddened, horror-stricken, At memories of foul disgrace.