How to use Livid in a sentence

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  • His face was livid, the veins standing out on his neck.

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  • Kris must be livid I've stolen her from him.

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  • The comatose patient has a cold and clammy skin, livid lips and ear-tips - a grave sign - and " pin-point pupils."

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  • Josh would be livid.

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  • In the past he would have been livid.

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  • Some of the contributors were quite obviously livid with rage and other volatile emotions.

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  • He would be angry enough with Dulce if he knew she spiked his drink; but if he realized who she had actually intended the spiked drink for, he would be livid.

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  • Dean could think of a litany of adjectives, including, but not limited to, upset, pissed, irate, enraged, livid, seething and certainly devastated.

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  • He mentions that Kenton is not expecting Ruth to be at the meeting on Sunday, at which David is absolutely livid.

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  • Sir, you may speak. ' Lefaucheux had gone livid.

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  • Claire will be livid!

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  • This cost the Commode D ' Or dearly - the WWW is still livid!

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  • He was perfectly livid, tho I noticed that his passengers and/or crew remained staring intently at the other bank.

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  • By September they are everywhere, hanging from their trees in beautiful bunches of tiny black berries, often with quite livid red stalks.

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  • Post mortem, the body is livid, and the blood very dark.

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  • The five of us sat together at the restaurant this evening and after Edith and I went to the ladies room, we came back to find Claire livid and Mr. Shipton laughing.

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  • About 528 he went with a fellow-monk Sergius to Constantinople to plead the cause of his co-religionists with the empress Theodora, and livid there fifteen years.

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  • Aren't they afraid of sinning?... said the same mob now, looking with pained distress at the dead body with its long, thin, half-severed neck and its livid face stained with blood and dust.

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