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Sentence count:60+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-12-05Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: melodramaticsensationalstartlingterribleSimilar words: allurefailurecurioridduringburialtourismtouristMeaning: ['lʊrɪd /'ljʊərɪd] adj. 1. horrible in fierceness or savagery 2. glaringly vivid and graphic; marked by sensationalism 3. shining with an unnatural red glow as of fire seen through smoke 4. ghastly pale. 
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1. Some reports have contained lurid accounts of deaths and mutilations.
2. You can read all the lurid details of the affair in today's paper.
3. The papers gave the lurid details of the murder.
4. Accurate reporting takes second place to lurid detail.
5. She gave us a lurid description of the birth.
6. He told me in lurid detail what would happen to me.
7. She was wearing a lurid orange and green blouse.
8. The paper gave all the lurid details of the murder.
9. The King had been putting about lurid rumours for months.
10. That's a very lurid shade of lipstick she's wearing.
11. Disappointment followed, the lurid projector of mental pictures shut down and I was left feeling I ought to have known better.
12. There were several lurid reports of atrocities in the border area.
13. There were dinosaurs painted in lurid green and red, and two big yellow Tonka trucks.
14. A lurid miasma dazed his vision.
15. The carpets were a lurid shade of green.
16. For good measure, he had added a lurid red moon opposite it.
17. Paula Corbin Jones are as lurid and titillating as the legal issues at stake are important and complex.
18. Yellow street lamps looked lurid in the greyness.
19. Hideously lurid glass panel in brass frame with matching chain.
20. We shuddered in the lurid light and turned away from the brooding peaks to north and east.
21. A spillage of lurid neon light, yellow and orange, dribbled from the windowsill to the floor.
22. The dark wood was now lit up with lurid flashes of artillery and the firefly sparkle of rifles.....
23. Lurid nonsense about somebody being pushed out of a window twenty years ago.
24. Withdrawal from heroin, usually described in lurid nightmare language, is actually like a severe attack of gastric flu.
25. She took care to paint her toe nails a lurid red or orange.
26. The injury done on that October night in Lambeth was certainly a lurid reminder of the reality of extremist campaigning.
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27. These days the cast are younger and prettier, the stories more lurid.
28. He has in his grasp the ability to reduce anyone to tears, through a snappy headline or lurid story.
29. She turned to the next cutting in the hope of finding a less lurid account of the case.
30. The perverted originality of Iago's ruse, now linked to a cause, thereby loses its lurid gleam.
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