(1) Our caves are not like her castle, and when we pluck fruit from the trees we have nursed so carefully in crevices, away from the wind, we have to climb their rough and horrid trunks.(2) What this ignores is the horrid possibility that the larger force will bring its full might to bear on the issue.(3) Also, my apologies for the atrocious spelling and grammar mistakes, they're horrid !(4) I was wearing the standard graduation robe in a horrid red colour.(5) When I first saw the album, the name conjured all kind of horrid musical possibilities in my mind.(6) Elsewhere, in the outside world, sad, horrid times are upon us, with a fearsome outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease among sheep and cattle right across the Kingdom.(7) Your distasteful language is almost as horrid as your appearance!(8) After a horrid , torrid week in which all sorts of colourful allegations have been thrown at the Government, none of it appears to have stuck.(9) I was shaken awake a few minutes later from a horrid nightmare which flew from my mind as I tried to grasp what I had dreamt about.(10) ├ö├ç├┐Behind the bar, it was so smelly and horrid ,├ö├ç├û she recalls, nose wrinkling.(11) For the past few months, she has been living a horrid nightmare after the sudden death of her ten-year-old daughter, Nicole Pierre.(12) In other words, I have a horrid feeling that that nasty thing might come back.(13) The Newscaster, reporting on the scene, tries to distract his audience from the horrid nightmare by relating an Englishman's views on Steel Tariffs.(14) They were horrid , smelly, dirty and obstinate things that dominated your life right through every winter, and no-one who doesn't have to would even think of having one.(15) Never be tempted to use hairspray: it looks naff, smells horrid and your date will get an unpleasant surprise if they touch your hair.(16) The horrid images of mistreatment by military police being broadcast around the globe have already proved damaging to their interests overseas.