The one true romance has had its legs cut out from under it; we are left with the ugly, grotesque caricature of lust that drives these two to their ultimate doom.
Turning on the Admiral, her face twisted into a grotesque mask of furor and grief.
The adaptation of this decorative style came to be known as grotesque , based on the word grotto.
The bull's carcass dragged and hung in a grotesque parody of crucifixion.
A demonic light flashed behind the grotesque mask of amiability.
Another boy did a grotesque parody of a monster drawling incoherent, preposterous demands.
Their spirits will not find peace hanging there like grotesque decorations from an evil celebration.
Even grimmer and more grotesque scenarios are amply available in the world of globalization.
His writing - poetry, drama, and opinions - is a curious blend of disciplined classicism and carnival grotesque .
At the bottom of each slope of this gablet is a carved grotesque .