Christine Pelisek talks to the man examining the grisly finds.
Gosnell is accused of grisly crimes that I didn't want to think about.
In an exclusive, meet the men who tried to save him just days before the grisly attack.
The grisly discovery of her mummified body has unsettled the neighborhood, the neighbor added.
He would recount the grisly sights he had seen over the years and scare his children more effectively than any Hollywood chiller.
Only a dancer of Zamboula could have lived in that grisly square.
Swift on her part she paid him back with grisly grasp, and grappled with him.
It was not much to do, except for a certain 17th Century verbiage and grisly humor.
If he should slip there would be an end of it, for the grisly was close up now.
These are painted in language that makes the grisly creatures live before you.
Old English grislic "horrible, dreadful," from root of grisan "to shudder, fear" (cf. Old Frisian grislik "horrible," Middle Dutch grisen "to shudder," Dutch griezelen, German grausen "to shudder, fear," Old High German grisenlik "horrible"), of unknown origin; Watkins connects it with the PIE root *ghrei- "to rub," on notion of "to grate on the mind." Cf. also gruesome, to which it probably is connected in some way.