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“Silently, the guards herd me down cement floor corridors and into the processing area where I am able to shed my horrid-looking orange jumpsuit for some khakis.”
“As the day advanced, some children came dashing into school at Norton in such a fright that the schoolmistress went out and spoke indignantly to a ‘horrid-looking man’ on the road.”
“We found the deserters in a large room, with at least thirty ruffians, horrid-looking fellows, seated about a long table, drinking, swearing, and talking Irish.”
“In fighting, each party tries to mark the face of his adversary by slashing his nose or eyes; as is often attested by deep and horrid-looking scars.”
“Laid across one extended arm, looking like dirty towels across a rail, he had the horrid-looking snakes.”
“She peered outside, she later recalled, and saw a gang of “horrid-looking wretches” surround the house.”
“He faced the bar, found himself staring at some horrid-looking swill in a tall glass.”
“Truckloads of horrid-looking men, packed like sardines in a complicity which had something obscene about it, drove through the streets shouting "Deutschland, envache!”
“Just before she reached this forlorn house with the haggard, aged, horrid-looking idiot prowling round it, with his rags fluttering in the wind, she thought that the figure of the hated steward and spy moved along a wild path on the opposite side of that great mountain cleft, traversed by a noisy torrent almost the depth of the whole hill, near the top of which this cottage was perched.”
“On reaching the prison, I gave up all for lost; sullenly resigned myself to what now seemed the will of fate; and without a word, except in answer to the interrogatory of my name and country, followed the two horrid-looking ruffians who performed the office of turnkeys.”
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