You have no right to insist that your horridness is true of me, either.
I don't believe you have an idea of the horridness of what you have done—I hope you have not.
It's getting out of all the horridness at home that I'm so glad of.
I was horrid to you; I know it, and I feel perfectly miserable at my horridness.
"I don't see anything but dirt and horridness, Grandfather," complained Ethel Brown.
With them it is the horridness of revenge, but with your army it is a still greater crime, the horridness of diversion.
Sentimentality decorates and disguises all kinds of horridness and makes us feel kindly toward evil.
But if you really think it is soapy and not just the young man's horridness, perhaps you'd better not let them eat it.