Xavier Kuhn


" 1. gruesome; horrible; revolting: the lurid details of an accident.

2. glaringly vivid or sensational; shocking: the lurid tales of pulp magazines.

3. terrible in intensity, fierce passion, or unrestraint : lurid crimes.

4. lighted or shining with an unnatural, fiery glow; wildly or garishly red: a lurid sunset.

5. wan, pallid, or ghastly in hue; livid.

luridly, adverb

luridness, noun " this was cited from www.

There was a lurid car accident between two cars on the highway.