German translation of 'grotesque'
Example Sentences Including 'grotesque'
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A grotesque parody Perhaps that's fine.The Sun (2014)
And I was really embarrassed about how grotesque it looked.The Sun (2011)
During the fuss over the grotesque abuse of women on Twitter, one thing caught my eye.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
For grotesque this was or, in its own scarily inventive way, grotesque burlesque.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
From a distance it looked like a grotesque act of vanity.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
He had become a grotesque parody of himself and the gallery at last began to avert its eyes.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
I didn't want to be some grotesque parody of womanhood.The Sun (2009)
It is the comedy of the grotesque, performed with hideous conviction, that requires a strong stomach.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Shock and disgust remain her primary tactic; the effect is more grotesque comedy.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
His career and his personal life were a grotesque mirror image of decay.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
It was a grotesque image.The Sun (2014)
Now the Home Secretary must crack down on another grotesque abuse.The Sun (2014)
On the contrary, it is a grotesque, undignified parody.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
THE grotesque images of last week's riots will haunt us for many years to come.The Sun (2011)
Why make yourself look a grotesque caricature of yourself?The Sun (2014)
There is something grotesque about a civilised society failing to give people clean enough air.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
It damages others of us in ways more grotesque but in ways we do a pretty good job of covering up.Christianity Today (2000)
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In Common Usage. grotesque is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'grotesque' in Other Languages
British English: grotesque ADJECTIVE
You say that something is grotesque when it is so unnatural, unpleasant, and exaggerated that it upsets or shocks you.
...the grotesque disparities between the wealthy few and nearly everyone else.
British English: grotesque NOUN
A grotesque is a person who is very ugly in a strange or unnatural way, especially one in a novel or painting.
His novels are peopled with outlandish characters: grotesques, clowns, scarecrows, dwarfs.
Translation of grotesque from the Collins English to German Dictionary