One has indeed personally to come under the shadow of war to feel fully its oppression; but as the years go by it seems now often forgotten that to be caught in youth by 1914 was no less hideous an experience than to be involved in 1939 and the following years.
His fair and pleasant face was hideously changed; a raging fire was in his eyes.
There was a hideous yell, and the leaping shape thudded to the ground; the elvish arrow had pierced its throat.
The dark water boiled, and there was a hideous stench.
’The Shire! ’ he cried, and springing beside Boromir, he stooped, and stabbed with Sting at the hideous foot.
I could not hear what was said; they seemed to be talking in their own hideous language.
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The beast had hideous fangs.
He had a hideous scar running from his forehead to his jaw.