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lurid

adjective /ˈluərid/
(too) brightly coloured/colored or vivid
vistoso, llamativo, chillón
a lurid dress/painting/sky.
unpleasantly shocking
siniestro, espeluznante
He described to us all the lurid details of his accident.
luridly adverb
violentamente
luridness noun
violencia
(Definition of lurid from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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