1. exceedingly bad;
2. grossly offensive to decency or morality; causing horror;
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.
There is relatively little information about horrid, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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