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livid

liv·id

livid

 
pronunciation:
lI vihd
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part of speech: adjective
definition 1: very angry; full of rage; furious.
When she discovered that he'd taken credit for her idea, she was livid.
synonyms:
enraged, furious, infuriated, wrathful
similar words:
angry, fuming
definition 2: dark grayish or purplish blue, as from a bruise; black-and-blue.
Days after her fall, the side of her arm remained livid.
synonyms:
black-and-blue
similar words:
bruised, discolored
definition 3: very pale, as from fear or anger; ashen.
His face was livid, as if he'd seen a ghost.
synonyms:
ashen, ashy, blanched
similar words:
bloodless, ghastly, pale, pallid, white
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derivations: lividly (adv.), lividness (n.)
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