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1. Conditions in the prison were atrocious.
2. The weather has been atrocious all week.
3. She speaks French with an atrocious accent.
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4. The food here is atrocious.
5. The judge said he had committed atrocious crimes against women.
6. Her singing was atrocious.
7. Call it atrocious, horrendous, mystifying.
8. We work under atrocious conditions.
9. The atrocious deeds they'd committed!
10. Your spelling is atrocious!
11. The traffic was atrocious.
12. Given the atrocious landings and the fact that the rock is extremely treacherous when wet, many climbs are very bold.
13. The visibility was atrocious, perhaps forty yards, and I could see nothing.
14. Isn't the weather atrocious?
15. It was abominable, atavistic and atrocious, big, black and brutal, cruel cold and callous, and so on.
16. Leeds are compiling an atrocious record in recent cup competitions.
17. Murder is an atrocious crime.
18. They committed the most atrocious cruelties.
19. Airfare seems to be atrocious nowadays.
20. I began to feel atrocious toward those fellows.
21. An atrocious accident happened this morning.
22. The atrocious name grated harshly on my ear.
23. Ordinary people here have shown they care about the atrocious living conditions of our indigenous peoples.
24. At the hub of the crisis, hospital conditions in Samara and Saratov were atrocious.
25. The event was well attended with people queuing at 9.00 am despite the atrocious conditions.
26. This is the B side of the new single and truly atrocious.
27. By mid-morning the monsoon rain was once again drizzling from an overcast sky, and visibility was atrocious.
28. The back lanes in the North Road area have been atrocious, people were dumping their rubbish in them.
29. Sensing their presence on the threshold of the door, it twisted its head up towards them with a atrocious snarl.
30. A most sacred obligation was bound up with a most atrocious crime.
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