Origin of grotesque
Examples from the Web for grotesquely
And did you not also, in between shivers, admire how grotesquely pretty the shot was?‘Penny Dreadful’ Is a Shameless Orgy of Blood, Gore, and Scary Fun|Kevin Fallon|May 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
So, this is clearly freakazoid behavior, and is obviously a grotesquely inappropriate thing for a medical professional to do.
In the past, Hamad has suffered some health problems, in part because he has diabetes and used to be grotesquely obese.
A small, if nonsensical, price to pay for America to stop being so grotesquely fat.
He was covered with deep bruises and his hands were grotesquely swollen.
Its hind legs were very short, thick like tree-trunks, grotesquely bowed; and its thighs like buttresses.In the Morning of Time|Charles G. D. Roberts
His first action seems to me grotesque—and grotesquely pathetic.The Sea Lady|Herbert George Wells
Grotesquely exaggerated as this claim may appear to be, it was based on serious economic study.Social Justice Without Socialism|John Bates Clark
But the most intent spectator of the scene was Parpon the dwarf, who was grotesquely crouched upon the wide ledge of a window.When Valmond Came to Pontiac, Complete|Gilbert Parker
And blindly obeying the touch of his fingers, she put on her hat, grotesquely turned about.The Salamander|Owen Johnson