Definition of Hideousness

1. Noun. Dreadful ugliness; horrible repulsiveness.

Generic synonyms: Ugliness
Derivative terms: Hideous



Definition of Hideousness

1. Noun. The state of being hideous; extreme ugliness ¹

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Definition of Hideousness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hideousness

hidebehinds
hidebound
hidebound disease
hided
hidegeld
hidegild
hidel
hidel-like
hideless
hideling
hidelings
hideosities
hideosity
hideous
hideously
hideousness (current term)
hideousnesses
hideousship
hideout
hideouts
hider
hiders
hides
hidest
hideth
hidey-hole
hideyhole
hideyholes
hiding
hiding place

Literary usage of Hideousness

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1. The Stoddard Library: A Thousand Hours of Entertainment with the World's by John Lawson Stoddard (1910)
"The more abhorr'd her visage grows, The more her hideousness she shows! The time already I discern When thee all honest men will spurn, And shun thy hated ..."

2. That Unknown Country: Or, what Living Men Believe Concerning Punishment (1888)
"Their Former Selves, Faces, Limbs, Thoughts, Motions, Transformed into hideousness. —No Material " Fire and Brimstone," but Hell is Bred and Burns ..."

3. Army Letters from an Officer's Wife, 1871-1888 by Frances Marie Antoinette Mack Roe (1909)
"Imagine all this savage hideousness rushing upon you—on a yellow horse with a mane of waving red! His very presence on an ordinary trotting pony was enough ..."

4. That Unknown Country: Or, what Living Men Believe Concerning Punishment (1889)
"Their Former Selves, Faces, Limbs, Thoughts, Motions, Transformed into hideousness. —No Material " Fire and Brimstone," but Hell is Bred and Burns within. ..."

5. That Unknown Country: Or, What Living Men Believe Concerning Punishment by Lyman Abbott (1888)
"Their Former Selves, Faces, Limbs, Thoughts, Motions, Transformed into hideousness. —No Material " Fire and Brimstone," but ..."

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