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  • All his life he had thought both his big toes hideous.
  • Perhaps, weighed down by all the hideous horror of his struggle with his own father for this woman, he was incapable of imagining any danger more terrible, at any rate for the time.
  • I know I’m hideous, but I’ve a clever face.
  • What distressed him most was his being so short; he did not mind so much his "hideous" face, as being so short.
  • His face was in reality by no means "hideous"; on the contrary, it was rather attractive, with a fair, pale skin, freckled.
  • I paved the way to that hideous scene at the trial.
  • All that time she was obtaining exact information as to her Sofya’s manner of life, and hearing of her illness and hideous surroundings she declared aloud two or three times to her retainers: "It serves her right.

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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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