Locals said that they were accustomed to gang violence, but that the grisly nature of this attack was particularly unsettling.
—New York Times
Two parents were searching for their missing 23-year-old daughter in Germany when they came across a grisly discovery — her parked car with a dead woman in the back seat.
两位父母在德国寻找他们失踪的 23 岁女儿时，发现了一个可怕的发现——她停着的汽车，后座上有一名死去的女人。
Among other grisly crimes he was convicted of is the murder of a Mafia turncoat’s young son, who was strangled and his body dissolved in a vat of acid.
shockingly repellent; inspiring horror
Grisly means disgusting and bloody, absolutely repulsive and horrible. There’s a wonderfully creepy movie about a man who suffers a grisly death at the hands of the grizzly bears he was studying.
Do you like grisly horror movies? You might think that the reason the word grisly is so creepy, gruesome, and terrifying is somehow related to gristle, those really nasty tough parts you find in meat. But no, this is not the case. Old English grislic, the root of the word, means “horrible, dreadful.” If something is gory and gross, it’s grisly.
你喜欢恐怖片吗？你可能会认为 grisly 这个词之所以如此令人毛骨悚然、令人毛骨悚然、令人毛骨悚然，在某种程度上与软骨有关，软骨是你在肉中发现的那些非常讨厌的坚硬部分。但不，事实并非如此。古英语 grislic，这个词的词根，意思是“可怕的，可怕的”。如果某件事是血腥和恶心的，那就是可怕的。
I flinched at the grisly crack of plaster.
—The City Beautiful by Aden Polydoros
When the grisly trip was ended, Johnny took Tilly home, feeling that his was the responsibility of explaining.
—A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith
Entering his sister’s private apartments, he made a grisly discovery: Berenice and her son had already been murdered by allies of Laodice.
进入他姐姐的私人公寓，他有了一个可怕的发现：Berenice 和她的儿子已经被 Laodice 的盟友谋杀了。
—Circumference by Nicholas Nicastro
grisly (adj.)Old English grislic (in compounds) “horrible, dreadful,” from root of grisan “to shudder, fear,” a general Germanic word (cognates: Old Frisian grislik “horrible,” Middle Dutch grisen “to shudder,” Dutch griezelen, German grausen “to shudder, fear,” Old High German grisenlik “horrible;” of unknown origin; Watkins connects it with the PIE root *ghrei- “to rub,” on notion of “to grate on the mind.” See also gruesome, to which it probably is connected in some way. Related: Grisliness.Related entries & more
grisly （形容词）古英语 grislic （复合词）“可怕的，可怕的”，来自 grisan “颤抖，恐惧”的词根，一个通用的日耳曼语词（同源词：古弗里斯兰语 grislik “可怕”，中古荷兰语 grisen “颤抖，荷兰语 griezelen，德语 grausen“颤抖，恐惧”，古高地德语 grisenlik“可怕；”来源不明；Watkins 将其与 PIE 词根 *ghrei-“摩擦”联系起来，意思是“磨碎心灵。 “ 另请参见可怕的，它可能以某种方式与之相关。相关：Grisliness。相关条目及更多
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