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  • EN [ ˈhɒrɪd]
  • US [ ˈhɔrɪd]

English definition


  • 1. exceedingly bad;

    • "when she was bad she was horrid"
  • 2. grossly offensive to decency or morality; causing horror;

    • "subjected to outrageous cruelty"
    • "a hideous pattern of injustice"
    • "horrific conditions in the mining industry"

Example sentences

  • We transform, as if by magic, from wives and mothers into horrid society murdering beasts.

  • Don't is so horrid to your little sister.

  • What a horrid nuisance!

  • She has got a horrid husband.

  • A sort of horror, a sort of protest against his withdrawing into that horrid black hole.

  • The medicine is horrid and she couldn't get it down.

  • " Oh , don't do it again, Tom, it is too horrid,'said Becky.

  • I've been horrid to you.

  • London a horrid place.

  • He's a horrid little man.

  • Don't be horrid to me!

  • The medicine tasted horrid.

  • I awoke with a horrid sentiment of oppression, and found I was alone.

  • New Yorkers had a horrid way of making people feel like hicks ( Louis Auchincloss )

  • We've had a horrid day.

  • You shouldn't be so horrid to her.

  • He is a horrid creature.

  • How horrid of them to be always scolding you for nothing?

  • Don't be so horrid to Aunt Jane!

  • He was horrid to the children.

  • It was, er , it was horrid.

  • Take that horrid gob of gum out of your mouth!

  • How do you know she won't do something horrid to us?

  • Don't be so horrid to your brother.

  • What a horrid smell!

  • It's a horrid experience and I wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy.

  • I must have been a horrid little girl.

  • The winter was horrid.

  • I love both my parents, but they're horrid to each other.



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