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used in Interview with the Vampire

5 uses
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extremely ugly, offensive, and/or frightening
  • And there suddenly, I saw something which startled me, gathering out of the gloom first as a hideous mask, then becoming its three-dimensional reality: a weathered skull.
    Part 1 (71% in)
  • I was seeing him sunk deep among the roots of cypress and oak, that hideous withered form folded in the white sheet.
    Part 1 (96% in)
  • His skin was a mass of scars, a hideous covering of injured flesh, as though every wrinkle of his 'death' had left its mark upon him.
    Part 1 (99% in)
  • The two huge eyes bulged from naked sockets and two small, hideous holes made up his nose; only a putrid, leathery flesh enclosed his skull, and the rank, rotting rags that covered his frame were thick with earth and slime and blood.
    Part 2 (75% in)
  • A bell tolled over the endless hell of scorched and smoking land, towards which great armies of men came with the hideous, mindless march of soldiers to a massacre.
    Part 3 (21% in)

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