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- n. The quality of being horrid
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality of being horrid.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being horrid, abominable, or shocking.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a quality of extreme unpleasantness
Though not even the music can overcome the horridness of Anakin's and Padme's 'love story'.
But moaning about men doesn't make you a feminist – it just makes you a moaner who can't get along with men for reasons that are probably at least as much to do with your failings, flaws and foibles as they are with some imagined horridness on the part of men.
John McTiernan's Die Hard (1988) is still probably the best of the four, and I was glad to see it has aged so well (despite all the 80s horridness).
I stopped reading about there, but I get the point of its horridness.
What saddens me about this news though is not the horridness of the act or surprise at the appearance of a 'new low' for the Islamic Republic of Iran.
After a chat with St. Peter who is quite annoyed with horridness committed in the name of the Apostles Jurgen begins to wend his way back towards his wife.
The only possible thing I can think of that beats this idea for sheer horridness would be the Mansquito: The Continuing Adventures series of books.
But I am thinking of you and I hope the chomping and horridness ends soon!!!
It has the healing powers she needed, having been attacked by zombies all fall, in the form of family horridness of all stripes.
But I am thinking of you and I hope the chomping and horridness ends soon!