macabre definition

  • adjective:
    • Suggesting the scary of death and decay; gruesome: macabre stories of war and plague in the centre Ages. See Synonyms at ghastly.
    • Constituting or including a representation of demise.
    • Representing or personifying demise.
    • enthusiastic about demise or perhaps the gruesome.
    • Ghastly, shocking, terrifying.
    • portraying real human injury or demise you might say so as to inspiring shock or horror; gruesome; ghastly.
    • with respect to or portraying the grim areas of death, or even the allegorical party of demise.
    • shockingly repellent; inspiring horror

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