The dreams were incessant, and they were more horrid than they had ever been.
But what evil could happen to me more horrid than that I was fleeing?
The more beautifully it is written the more horrid it seems.
My sleep was full of dreams, all troubled and horrid; but not more horrid than the reality to which I once more awoke.
Dissonance to a musical ear is not more horrid than want of harmony between characters to the soul of sensibility.
I have seen many dreadful sights, but never one more horrid than I then gazed upon.
All sorts of vice became rife, and debauchery grew the more horrid from being the debauchery of despair.
Perhaps in scenes of universal horror, nothing is more horrid than the unnatural selfishness they engender.
"Ten more horrid days before this half is over," said George, peevishly.
Vice nowhere has a more horrid aspect, for nowhere is it more mean and repulsive with the inequalities of suffering.