little horror

little horror

A poorly behaved child. I regret offering to babysit—her child is such a little horror!
See also: horror, little
References in classic literature ?
He heard the snarls and growls of bestial combat, and it was with a feeling of no little horror that he realized that the sounds coming from the human throat of the battling man could scarce be distinguished from those of the panther.
The enticing Groundhog Day-meets-Scream premise results in a nasty-butfun little horror.
WHEN Johnny Depp was a little boy, his mother took him to one side and told him straight how to deal with the "little horror" who'd been bullying him at school.
This 'little horror' is Brendan, aged five, as an evil Spiderman
It seems few remember a notorious little horror film called Lifeforce, involving a sexy alien who seduces and then kills men for their blood.
ODD little horror curio about a youngster spending a summer at Camp Hope, a Christian camp.
Take the little horror from last year who had the audacity to say: "I don't want to be like my mother, because she gave up on her hopes and dreams."
Seriously folks, it would be more than a little horror to miss it.
Unlike the writers named above, however, he is relatively cheerful, and so his dark woods hold little horror. Murakami depicts death as a calm and beautiful vastness, a state contiguous with life and therefore not to be feared.
"The Eye of the Needle" is a nasty little horror tale about a male model who is being stalked, involving cigarettes and eyeballs.
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Mum Vicky, 37, said the costume and the decision to enter was all down to Thomas, but insisted her boy was not normally a little horror.
(WHILE The Omen has always stood as the ultimate bad-seed movie, the little horror at the centre of Lionel Shriver's novel gives little Damien a run for his money.
A good example is Little Horror Flowers (2006), where a bowl of candy-coloured flowers, painted in the style of Odilon Redon, stands on a table covered with a white cloth against a scrubby brown background.
Pet Shop of Horrors is a scary little horror manga with some fine material; the stories are episodic, Twilight Zone-style, and are consistently entertaining and well written.