1. ash-colored or anemic looking from illness or emotion;
2. (of a light) imparting a deathlike luminosity;
3. furiously angry;
4. discolored by coagulation of blood beneath the skin;
His face was livid with anger.
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Tim: More than angry, he was absolutely livid.
The long livid face relaxed.
Little Ashley became livid withand indignation.
Henry was livid. He wasn't used to backtalk from the board.
He'd be livid if he found out what you're doing.
Jane: No wonder you're livid.
Eighteen months in which the livid, still weeping, scar of Newcastle might heal.
Many local taxpayers are livid at Hardin officials.
Miss Su's face livid , she said, " Don't be ridiculous!
Kobe is livid at Lamar for latest meltdown.
His face was livid with anger [ cold ].
Livid lightning streaked the sky.
They kept me waiting for half an hour — " annoyed " wasn't the word for it, I was livid!
I was livid because of her discrimination and saw them as nothing but greedy.
That man is always livid.
I had a dream livid and real that it horrified me.
Announcer Joe Buck was especially livid , calling Moss's pantsomime disgusting.
Willful stupidity makes him absolutely livid.
The jailor brought up another livid prisoner.
For one night anyway, Bryant was livid.
Her face turned livid with rage.
I am absolutely livid about it.
She is livid that I have invited Dick.
The scarred side of his face was a livid red.
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