- art characterized by an incongruous mixture of parts of humans and animals interwoven with plants
- It's grotesque.
- It was grotesque.
- Tom is grotesque.
- They made huge, grotesque, yet beautiful poles of red cedar.
- The figures and grotesque masks decorating the modillions are interesting.
- As the grotesque parade passed by, everyone came out of their homes, hypnotized.
- If the agreement were enforced, it would create a situation verging on the grotesque.
- His photographs are unsparingly critical, and his inimitable eye unmasks the banal as well as the grotesque.
- From this point on, the story becomes so twisted and grotesque that I can't stop reading it anymore.
- What is happening at the present time in the dispute over place-name signs in Carinthia is grotesque.
- In her latest works she lets the uncanny swing like a grotesque pendulum from the humorous into homelike cosiness and back again.
- The exposition is dedicated to photographs of ideal, natural, and grotesque bodies; conceives of sexuality as a part of existence; and presents photographed sexual practices, desires, and phantasms.
- When seen in the perspective of half-a-dozen years or more, the best of our fashions strike us as grotesque, if not unsightly.
- It is grotesque: every private company, even small private companies, think European nowadays, but not so the governments of their states.
- I saw some English female soldiers in yesterday night's news reel. For some, you couldn't tell whether it was a man or a woman, but the majority were rather feminine, and it didn't feel that grotesque.