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The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
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  • I had not gone more than 150 yards, however, when I heard a hideous outcry behind me, which caused me to run back again.
  • In fact, in the whole of that floor there was no one to be found save a crippled wretch of hideous aspect, who, it seems, made his home there.
  • His name is Hugh Boone, and his hideous face is one which is familiar to every man who goes much to the City.
  • Making our way among the trees, we reached the lawn, crossed it, and were about to enter through the window when out from a clump of laurel bushes there darted what seemed to be a hideous and distorted child, who threw itself upon the grass with writhing limbs and then ran swiftly across the lawn into the darkness.

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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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