livid[ liv-id ]SEE DEFINITION OF livid
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LIVID
His face was livid, and great beads of perspiration stood on his brow.
This discoloration was of a livid blue, about the tint of a tattoo mark.
His cheek was livid, his eyes closed, his chest heaved wildly.
I felt that I was pale and then livid, with a will that was determined to conquer.
Eve, livid, with wildly staring eyes, did not seem to understand.
Her face was livid with anguish; and she waited, her hands trembling with fear.
He had been on guard about half an hour when Juve, livid, frantic, rushed towards him.
She had not yet wept; her face was livid, contracted, hardened by cold rage.
He was alone, beside himself, with livid face and scarce able to stammer.
The orderly caught at him and looked for a moment at his livid face.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR LIVID
- bent out of shape
- beside oneself
- browned off
- bummed out
- fit to be tied
- foaming at the mouth
- hopping mad
- in a towering rage
- on the warpath
- up in arms