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hor·rent

 (hôr′ənt, hŏr′-)
adj. Archaic
Covered with bristles; bristling.

[Latin horrēns, horrent-, present participle of horrēre, to tremble, bristle.]
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horrent

(ˈhɒrənt)
adj
bristling or rough
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hor•rent

(ˈhɔr ənt, ˈhɒr-)

adj.
bristling; standing erect like bristles.
[1660–70; < Latin horrent-, s. of horrēns, present participle of horrēre (see horrendous)]
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The STYGIAN Councel thus dissolv'd; and forth In order came the grand infernal Peers, Midst came thir mighty Paramount, and seemd Alone th' Antagonist of Heav'n, nor less Then Hells dread Emperour with pomp Supream, And God-like imitated State; him round A Globe of fierie Seraphim inclos'd With bright imblazonrie, and horrent Arms.
A su vez, el juramento entre Raimundo y don Honorato en la iglesia de San Francisco apoya esta interpretacion linguistica ya que esta escena rememoraria la ordalia de Santa Gadea entre el Cid y Alfonso VI, episodio que: "Seria un relato ficticio, desvio de la tradicion fidedigna de la coronacion de Alfonso por el Cid bajo la influencia poderosa de la hostilidad posterior que hubo entre los dos varones" (Horrent 260).
Etudes de philologie romane et d'histoire litteraire offertes a Jules Horrent a l'occasion de son soixantieme anniversaire.
Thus when, our wonted valley left, we gain The mountain's horrent brow, and mark from thence The sweep of lands extending with the sky; Or view the spanless plain; or turn our sight Upon yon deep's immensity;--we breathe As if our breath were marble: to and fro Do reel our pulses, and our words are mute.
Sed quemadmodum tirones leviter saucii tamen vociferantur et manus medicorum magis quam ferrum horrent, at veterani quamvis confossi patienter ac sine gemitu velut aliena corpora exsaniari patiuntur, ita tu nunc debes fortiter praebere te curationi.
69-75 in Etudes de Philologie Romane et d'Histoire Litteraire offertes tit Jules Horrent. Ed.
284), for Jacques de Caluwe, 'une amitie plus virile que l'amour' ('Les Liens "feodaux" dans Daurel et Beton', in Etudes de philologie romane et d'histoire litteraire offertes a yules Horrent, ed.
The Commission for Racial Equality last night condemned McManaman's crime as ``ab horrent''.