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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • It must be allowed that Andrea was not very handsome, the hideous scoundrel!
  • The Turks used to be so picturesque with their long and flowing robes, but are they not now hideous with their blue frocks buttoned up to the chin, and their red caps, which make them look like a bottle of wine with a red seal?
  • Yes there are, and most hideous, or rather most admirable ones, for I found them ugly enough to frighten me.
  • I will appeal to any of these gentlemen, could I leave my guest in the hands of a hideous bandit, as you term him?
  • The woman, especially, was hideous; her usual feverish tremulousness was intensified, her countenance had become livid, and her eyes resembled burning coals.
  • Every criminal I condemn seems to me living evidence that I am not a hideous exception to the rest.
  • Meanwhile the object of this hideous admiration approached the wicket, against which one of the keepers was leaning.
  • Madame de Villefort uttered a wild cry, and a hideous and uncontrollable terror spread over her distorted features.
  • His agitated features presented the appearance of pale and hideous terror.

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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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