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gory

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgorygor‧y /ˈɡɔːri/ adjective  1 informalVIOLENT clearly describing or showing violence, blood, and killing a gory horror movie gory tales of murdersee thesaurus at violent2 (all) the gory details3 literaryINJURE covered in blood
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goryThe book's descriptions of the killings were unbelievably gory.Forget the stories about chivalrous knights and the clash of arms - it was one gory, blood-spattered mess.However, 44% of you feel that these reports should leave the gory details out and 39% feel they encourage copycat crimes.It is, at times, too gory for kids.The regiment halted amidst a gory, ghastly scene.He had his friend grab the dead man by the hair and raise the gory head off the ground, brains dripping.It is like a simmering volcano that occasionally throws up spurts of gory violence.She returned to her gory work, which had become less disturbing than her conversations with von Stein.
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