livid in a sentence

Use livid in a sentence


Meaning: [adjective ] extremely angry;

It ‘s wrong and unethical, and just makes me livid.

Mom and dad were absolutely livid that I had lied to them.

Hamlin was livid over the penalty and refused to pay it .

The teacher was livid when some student came in the classroom late.

The girl was so livid that she just ripped up the letters from her lover.

After Spencer was accidentally wrecked by Busch, he was livid .

My father was livid with rage when he heard the news about my brother.

Chamberlain was livid with Russell and saw him as a backstabber.

His face was livid , and his hand had clapped to his sword.

President Wilson received bad publicity from this event and was livid with the position he was forced into.