horrific

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With horrific pants he emitted smokiest smoke and fiercest fire.

The picture is a tragic one, cumulative in its horrific details.

She merely sensed that it was red carnage, titanic, horrific.

What happened after that is more obscure and fraught with horrific suggestion.

The most fantastic and horrific of nightmares was actually materialised.

The very idea of a female's chopping wood, is to some horrific.

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Horrid fellows are they, one and all; horrid fellows and horrific scenes.

Never had she dreamed of anything so horrific as that drumming of cannon.

His astonishment would be so horrific that she flinched even from the thought.

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