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hideous
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  • Even in town the roads were a furrowed welter of mud, hideous to view and difficult to cross.
  • By dusk, the liquor warehouses, Hebraic clothing-shops, and lodging-houses on lower Hennepin Avenue were smoky, hideous, ill-tempered.
  • "Why don’t you put on your nice Palm Beach suit, and take off that hideous vest?" she complained.
  • I refuse to believe that you have anything in common with a lot of laboring men rowing for bigger wages so that they can buy wretched flivvers and hideous player-pianos and——
  • It’s hideous.

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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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