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horridus adj. with comp.

HORS-, standing on end, rough, shaggy, bristly, prickly : barbula: caesaries, O.: Horridior rusco, V.: densis hastilibus horrida myrtus, V.Rough, rude, crude, rugged, wild, savage : pecudis iecur: pastor, O.. Acestes in iaculis, V.: Silvanus, H.: Sedes Taenari, H.: Hiemps tremulo venit horrida passu, O.: Iuppiter austris, V.: stiria, V.: fluctus, H.Unkempt, with dishevelled hair : Capillus passus, ipsa horrida, T.: mater, Iu.—Fig., in character or manners, rough, rude, blunt, stern, unpolished, uncouth : vitā, oratione: miles: Fidens iuventus horrida bracchiis, H.: gens, V.: horridus irā (Boreas), O.: horridiora verba: numerus Saturnius, H.Causing tremor, exciting horror, terrible, frightful, horrid : horridiores aspectu, Cs.: acies, V.: virga (mortis), H.: iussa, V.

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