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  • Major — de Coverley, a Spartan in adversity, did not flinch once throughout the whole hideous ordeal.
  • accelerating at the rate of sixteen feet per second to land with a hideous plop!
  • There was a sinister and unlikely coincidence exposed that was too diabolical in implication to be anything less than the most hideous of omens.
  • He was tormented inexorably by morbid fantasies involving them, by dire, hideous omens of illness and accident.
  • …fighters any more, and he could not even swing it all the way around into the helpless faces of pilots like Huple and Dobbs and order them back down carefully to the ground, as he had once ordered Kid Sampson back down, which is exactly what he did want to do to Dobbs and Huple on the hideous first mission to Avignon the moment he realized the fantastic pickle he was in, the moment he found himself aloft in a wing plane with Dobbs and Huple in a flight headed by Havermeyer and Appleby.

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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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