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  • I'm certain he has tried; his pride has been horridly wounded. Cited from The Egoist, by George Meredith
  • "I certainly think the rich are too rich, while the poor are so horridly poor." Cited from The Beauty and the Bolshevist, by Alice Duer Miller
  • A hundred and twenty thousand men rolled back horridly across the hostile world. Cited from Notable Events of the Nineteenth Century, by Various
  • Do you know why half the couples who find themselves situated as we are now behave horridly? Cited from Overruled, by George Bernard Shaw
  • Then I saw that his right arm was twisted under him horridly and that his shoulder looked all wrong. Cited from Us and the Bottleman, by Edith Ballinger Price
  • I know I wish I could, if it was not so horridly tiresome. Cited from Heartsease or Brother's Wife by Charlotte M. Yonge
  • "I do wonder why so many of those horridly miserable creatures will come to this country." Cited from The English Orphans, by Mary Jane Holmes
  • I could not even appear to understand or notice -- it was all done in such a horridly vague way. Cited from The Fighting Chance, by Robert W. Chambers
  • It was one of those shouts that are horridly distinct even when we cannot hear what is shouted. Cited from The Innocence of Father Brown by G.K.Chesterton #2
  • He was looking horridly thin and worn, she wrote. Cited from The Younger Set, by Robert W. Chambers
  • Don't you think I behaved horridly when we first met him this evening, not thanking him for coming? Cited from Entire PG Edition of William Dean Howells
  • I was horridly agitated when I saw the king first. Cited from The Diary and Letters of Madam D'Arblay Volume 2
  • This one had near defeated their troupe & now was to be horridly killed after ye bloody way of ye wild men. Cited from Crooked Trails, by Frederic Remington
  • It's horridly pokey to live in those little country towns. Cited from Pink and White Tyranny, by Harriet Beecher Stowe
  • The poor fellow has been horridly worried, and perhaps he let fall a word or two he doesn't care to confess. Cited from The Whirlpool, by George Gissing
  • To-day's papers are saying such horridly unpleasant things about the rich men with whom he was rather closely associated in business affairs several years ago. Cited from The Danger Mark, by Robert W. Chambers
  • She hoped she should grow horridly vulgar, and if mamma did not like it, it would be her own fault! Cited from Beechcroft at Rockstone, by C. Yonge
  • My faith was less hazardously established; and I moved off, under the conviction that art had never produced anything more horridly natural. Cited from Dreams, Waking Thoughts, and Incidents, Beckford
  • His name is Alonzo; he's four feet high; and he's horridly savage. Cited from The Firing Line, by Robert W. Chambers
  • It is horridly vulgar for such young women to work. Cited from Aims and Aids for Girls and Young Women, by George Sumner Weaver
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