adjective, gor·i·er, gor·i·est.
Related formsgor·i·ly, adverbgor·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for gory
Playful and gory, the cartoonish paintings of Dee Dee Ramone, bassist for The Ramones, are every bit as shocking as their creator.‘All Good Cretins Go to Heaven’: Dee Dee Ramone’s Twisted Punk Paintings|Melissa Leon|December 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
We meet a worker named Joan, who tries to escape but is dragged back in after sustaining a gory walker bite on her arm.The Walking Dead’s ‘Slabtown’: The Real Source of Terror Isn’t Walkers, It’s Rape|Melissa Leon|November 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
His face is gory and pitted with deep shrapnel wounds and his injured hands drip blood on the rumpled woolen blankets.Hezbollah and Assad Plan Offensive On Jihadists In Yabrud|Jamie Dettmer|January 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Guinn is mercifully sparing with the gory details, though nothing can make them anything less than revolting.The Making of a Monster: Charles Manson’s Childhood|Wendy Smith|August 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
To his credit, Rinella seems to realize that gory accounts of gutting and killing animals may be of limited interest.
Gory, snarling, Blackbeard shortened his stroke to use the point.Blackbeard: Buccaneer|Ralph D. Paine
It was nine o'clock before the guns ceased firing, and only an occasional shot rang out over the gory field of Malvern Hill.Battles of the Civil War|Thomas Elbert Vineyard
They would show the king their banners with the odd devices and the gory standards.The Countess of Charny|Alexandre Dumas (pere)
That terrible East Side would be shaking its gory locks at us.The Desert and The Sown|Mary Hallock Foote
Poor little Monroe thinks youre a gory villain, and hell mull over your fool remarks till hes crazymore crazy than he is already.The Luminous Face|Carolyn Wells