(1) It's a saying that makes women livid with frustration and anger at the unfairness of life, while men can remain smugly secure in their bald spot.(2) She stroked her long brown hair, making sure it covered the livid bruise on her cheek.(3) The recoil brought the barrel upwards and it smacked into her face, leaving a livid bruise.(4) He was livid , cross with himself, and frustrated.(5) He was livid , furious at his father and his anger grew with every tear his mother shed.(6) The parlor doors burst open, and Ashton strode inside, looking livid with anger.(7) Alex was livid , visibly shaking with anger and terror.(8) He had a livid bruise on his cheek, which was swooned over by many admirers.(9) After I left the office, I was livid with anger, and would have shoved anyone's head down a toilet if they had as much as said a word to me.(10) My buddy told me that Abe was livid with anger, but he hid it, and continued to talk to Barney as though nothing untoward had been said!(11) There were livid bruises on his shoulder, and chest, he was unshaven, and his hair uncombed.(12) The colours come straight from the furnace: ochre, livid purple and charcoal, culminating in the fierce heat of dusk when the dying sun sets fire to the ridgetops.(13) Although the application of a cold wet cloth to the injured area may keep the bruise from becoming too livid , the bruise should disappear by itself in 10 to 14 days.(14) A female teaching colleague once showed me her legs, arms and torso covered in livid bruises.(15) Among them, nevertheless, are children still in wheelchairs, adults with crutches, a solicitous woman whose face and arms are speckled still with the dark, livid marks left by flying glass.(16) His body in livid bruises is depicted against the background of Poland's national flag.
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