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gore

noun A nonspecific term for blood, guts or any such graphic viscera, often in the context of a fictional horror movie.

verb To pierce or stab with a horn or tusk—e.g., to be gored in a bull fight.
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The brand is revisiting its regional strategy by re-establishing its presence more aggressively in Dubai," Gory added.
Mr Clegg told BBC London: "Has any political party really been able to spell out in full, gory detail exactly what's going to have to happen over the next several years to fill the black hole?
Fired 's producers, IDream Productions, claim that the gory scenes and nudity in the promo are essential to establish the mood of their film.
But since cinema audiences are accustomed to seeing sophisticated, polished products on screen, maybe Colin will only appeal to the serious cineaste or those horror freaks who just have to see every single gory offering that's released.
Which reminds me - there's no need to be quite so graphic, gory and grisly, is there?
Goth contains bad language (s-bomb), sexual material, semi-nudity and gory, and stylized depictions of murder, and is recommended for adult graphic novel collections with large horror collections.
He had 90 percent plugs in several arteries," Gory says.
Did Simon stay and watch the subsequent gory spectacle, or did he make off to the tranquility of home as soon as he unshouldered his burden?
He downloaded information from a Web site on how to make pipe bombs and drew pictures of gory deaths of people who mistreated him.
Aside from giving readers a historical view of Africadian life during the early to mid-20th century, George and Rue is a sometimes funny, sometimes gory, always lyrical story that moves as it is moving.
The going gets gory, but the alluring unreliability of the Internet turns horror into mystery: What's true?
I've told so many gory stories of death and destruction to my sons that they've avoided flying.