Origin of lurid
OTHER WORDS FROM luridlu·rid·ly, adverblu·rid·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for luridly
Like anything Parisian, there are knockoffs, and cheap ones at that: extruded bits of processed, salt-doped, luridly pink ham.
As for the Bishops, they will talk daggers as luridly as the rest, but they will not even threaten to use any.The Open Secret of Ireland|T. M. Kettle
This, then, is what the dark canopy meant, hanging so luridly over the fire-lit forest.The Drummer Boy|John Trowbridge
The guards made gestures which were all too clear, all too luridly descriptive of the manner of death which awaited him.