horrid

[adj] - exceedingly bad
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Horrid

Hor'rid adjective [ Latin horridus . See Horror , and confer Ordure .] 1. Rough; rugged; bristling. [ Archaic] « Horrid with fern, and intricate with thorn.» Dryden. 2. Fitted to excite horror; dreadful; hideous; shocking; hence, very ...
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horrid

adjective exceedingly bad; `when she was bad she was horrid`
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Horrid

• (a.) Rough; rugged; bristling. • (a.) Fitted to excite horror; dreadful; hideous; shocking; hence, very offensive.
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horrid

horrid 1. Exceedingly bad: 'She said something horrid to her father.' 2. Grossly offensive to decency or morality; causing horror. 3. Provoking disgust or extreme displeasure: 'The rancid soup had a horrid taste.' 4. Dreadful, shocking, or frightening enough to cause horror.
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Horrid

Horrid was 18th century slang for tipsy, a little intoxicated, a little drunk.
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Horrid

Horrid was 18th century slang for tipsy, a little intoxicated, a little drunk.
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