grisy

grisy

(ˈɡraɪzɪ)
adj
grim or grisly
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He becomes so after being saved from a grisy death at the hands and mouths of a savage Carib tribe.
On the one hand, it's brutal, ultra-violent and packed with scenes so grisy you won't be able to chop through a cauliflower for the next six months without the noise triggering a flashback.
Now Fraser, 76, who studied the history of crime while behind bars, has put together his own collection of grisy killings and crazy capers.