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  • n  ludicrous or incongruous unnaturalness or distortion

  • Last week sad-eyed President Albert Lebrun brooded over the grotesquery presented by two children of Catillon.
  • Intellectual gymnastics, the tight-lipped playfulness of a strange imagination, sonatas for the piccolomuch that is merely sterile grotesquery occasionally individual .
  • It lacks his usual slavering interest in gore, grotesquery and sadismthough there is one signature episode in which a man is tortured by being doused in blood and dunked in .

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