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1  Don't talk about horrid subjects.
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2  I don't suppose I shall ever see this horrid London again.
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3  "Our host is rather horrid this evening," answered the duchess, colouring.
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4  "That is very horrid to her, and not very nice to me," answered Dorian, laughing.
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5  The moment one sits down to think, one becomes all nose, or all forehead, or something horrid.
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6  Well, I found myself seated in a horrid little private box, with a vulgar drop-scene staring me in the face.
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7  They were horrid places, where men got intoxicated, and shot each other in bar-rooms, and used bad language.
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8  On the first night I was at the theatre, the horrid old Jew came round to the box after the performance was over and offered to take me behind the scenes and introduce me to her.
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9  It is rather horrid of me, as he has sent me my portrait in the most wonderful frame, specially designed by himself, and, though I am a little jealous of the picture for being a whole month younger than I am, I must admit that I delight in it.
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