gory

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Related to gory details: for the most part, in favor of, set out, in line with, refer to, up to par
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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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And telling the world the gory details, in a book your children will undoubtedly read one day, seems even worse.
I want to sit him down and get all the gory details of what to avoid and what to do.
So better not to tell your fiancee all the gory details.
Those who I have told do one of two things - roll their eyes and ask about my hormones, or want all the gory details.
Then I came upon a Damien Hirst-type skinned human corpse exhibiting all its gory details.
After a while, though, the repetition of the gory details has a numbing effect on the reader and the impact is lessened.
We deplore the Roman gladiatorial contests yet we watch films of past and present wars, we see re-enactment of ancient battles, with all their gory details.
Moira is flabbergasted when Adam reveals he and Ness had a one-night stand and tells the vet she either confirms who the father is pronto or she'll fill in Kirin on the gory details.
TOWIE's Lauren Goodger is being paid a six figure sum to go on Celebrity Big Brother in the hope she'll spill the gory details of her romance with Mark Wright.
Such philosophical musings are tethered to reality by long passages describing the gory details of how molecular and cellular systems work.
POP beauty CHERYL COLE will NOT divulge any gory details about her marriage to love-cheat footballer ASHLEY COLE in her forthcoming autobiography.
Then, just when there's a chance that history lessons may be getting interesting, the teacher stops and refuses to tell you the gory details.
Amazing Egyptians - with none of the gory details spared - is aimed at all the family and runs at The Bowes Museum until August 31.
It was a reminder that publicly traded companies have to disclose the gory details, but they don't have to put them in the headline.
Researchers, historians and the general public can now read first-hand reporting of the Battle of Trafalgar in The Examiner and the gory details of the Whitechapel murders in the Illustrated Police News.