grotesque[ groh-tesk ]SEE DEFINITION OF grotesque
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GROTESQUE
The outrage on the Warden was not so grotesque, but the effect was the same.
It has a pompous Latin name, but it is incurably Gothic and grotesque.
But this grotesque sentiment did not pass current even in the smoking-room.
Who and what were the persons of whom the preacher gave this grotesque account?
And all waited on what the grotesque, bloated figure they watched might reveal.
He could scarcely chide her for borrowing, grotesque as the borrowing was.
The fallen masses lay heaped at its foot, grotesque yet solemn.
It's hideous, it's lamentable and grotesque; you'll end by seeing so yourself.
The moonlight had revealed the grotesque features of Joe Nelson!
What but ruin and disaster could be the end of this grotesque pretension?