References in classic literature ?
The country was hideously savage, so that we were forced to spend hours at a time in hiding from one or another of the great beasts which menaced us continually.
His throat had swollen and his eyes were hideously bloodshot.
It is hideously dull down here, and the life my father has asked me to lead for the last few months has been intolerable.
At the head of the first group, man was flying rather than running, his face hideously distorted with satanic glee: this man was the surgeon Tyckelaer.
The audience laughed, but next day, sure enough, the Countryman appeared on the stage, and putting his head down squealed so hideously that the spectators hissed and threw stones at him to make him stop.
He scrambled to escape, but the ape-man gave the rope a tremendous jerk that pulled Taug from his perch, and a moment later, growling hideously, the ape hung head downward thirty feet above the ground.
With all the weight of his great body he leaped, hideously growling, upon Sheeta.
I was, besides, endued with a figure hideously deformed and loathsome; I was not even of the same nature as man.
The light frame house leaked the noise hideously, and Saxon knew that the houses on either side were hearing, and the street itself and the houses across the street.
The Jew, smiling hideously, patted Oliver on the head, and said, that if he kept himself quiet, and applied himself to business, he saw they would be very good friends yet.
He reacts by getting hideously drunk at the wedding, which doesn't go unnoticed by 44-year-old hotel employee Julie (Helen McCrory).
What was the name of the hideously ugly member of the Beano''s Bash Street Kids?