gory

[gawr-ee, gohr-ee]
adjective, gorier, goriest.
1.
covered or stained with gore; bloody.
2.
resembling gore.
3.
involving much bloodshed and violence: a gory battle.
4.
unpleasant or disagreeable: to reveal the gory details of a divorce.

Origin:
1470–80; gore1 + -y1

gorily, adverb
goriness, noun
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gory (ˈɡɔːrɪ)
 
adj , gorier, goriest
1.  horrific or bloodthirsty: a gory story
2.  involving bloodshed and killing: a gory battle
3.  covered in gore
 
'gorily
 
adv
 
'goriness
 
n

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gory
"blood-soaked," c.1480, from gore (n.).
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Example sentences
And so those who grab their swords prematurely often make themselves into gory
  and unpleasant spectacles.
Predictably, all three would-be chancellors in the next parliament spared
  viewers the gory details.
Actually worse than that as their red is turning into something gory and
  dangerous for democracy.
The ghouls are there, gory and gruesome, but they are costume ghouls.
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