gory

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Synonyms for gory

of or covered with blood

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attended by or causing bloodshed

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covered with blood

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accompanied by bloodshed

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It should be noted that, though it's clearly aimed at kids of all ages, ``Spirited Away'' is somewhat gorier, spookier and sporadically more intense than your average Disney cartoon.
It seems the gorier the Yeoman Warders' yarns get, the more people enjoy them.
This is a death rate almost as high as in one of Mr Shakespeare's gorier plots and Nick knows his only way out is to unmask the real killer before he finds himself on the gallows.
Because his character has nothing new to say, the directorial 'language' is now bloodier, and gorier, than ever before.
Measured in body counts, McCarthy's book is far gorier, to the point of macabre.
THIS is one of the current crop of re-invented horror movies, where classic scare fests are dusted off and revived for the 21st century with gorier effects and bigger bangs.
Around 17 countries around the world including Brazil, Thailand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Uruguay, Chile, Venezuela and a number of other developed nations have successfully introduced picture-based warnings and many of them are stronger with gorier images than the proposed Indian pictures.
You want to know what's going on in ordinary people's lives and the gorier the better.
Few would have thought it could get gorier and scarier than that, but a trip to Aston Gate - The Nightmare Lives On - saw the recurring theme reproduced as a different cast took the masochistic artform to its lowest level with three goals in eight devastating first half minutes.
The book is short a few of the gorier horrors of its predecessor, but still tells a compelling tale of agribusiness and its environmental devastation; the mammoth political and economic leverage of the fast-food industry; and the health havoc this industry wreaks.
Some of the gorier fates that meet Cinderella's evil stepsisters have been similarly omitted.
The set was arranged chronologically, and for those who condemn the violence and bloodshed in today's computer games, none of it was any gorier than some of the battle scenes depicted on those cards over forty years ago.
Chapter 8 describes the bloody scene of Galeazzo's assassination and its even gorier aftermath, events Lubkin views as the inevitable consequence of the deterioration of almost all the duke's relationships in his last years - relationships that at the outset of his reign he had taken such pains to sow and secure with ceremony and decorum.