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  • One could almost be positive that there was a malicious leer upon the hideous creature’s face, and a mischievous delight in its twitchings.
  • "Heh-heh-heh!" laughed the married man with a hideous effort of appreciation, for he was as irrepressibly good-humoured under ghastly snubs as a parliamentary candidate on the hustings.
  • A beholder was convinced that nothing on earth could be more hideous than those he saw on the north side until he went round to the south.
  • The rays fell upon a group of male figures gathered upon the gravel in front, who, when they saw the newly-married couple in the porch, set up a loud "Hurrah!" and at the same moment bang again went the cannon in the background, followed by a hideous clang of music from a drum, tambourine, clarionet, serpent, hautboy, tenor-viol, and double-bass—the only remaining relics of the true and original Weatherbury band—venerable worm-eaten instruments, which had celebrated in their own…

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  • The beast had hideous fangs.
  • He had a hideous scar running from his forehead to his jaw.

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