Definition of gruesomeness in English:

gruesomeness

noun

  • See gruesome

    • ‘And probably the biggest challenge of the Fulton D.A. is going to be to try to solve that mystery swiftly for the jury and make sure that no one forgets about the gruesomeness of the crime.’
    • ‘One pleasant surprise, given the gruesomeness of the murders, is that the first two-thirds of the novel are relatively non-violent.’
    • ‘You will witness scenes of unbridled gore and gruesomeness.’
    • ‘But I think there was a sense that the execution as it unfolded, the actual beheading, reached a level of violence and gruesomeness that was not appropriate to put in the paper.’
    • ‘It's an ambitious project and I feel bad for rating it so poorly, but it's rather pretentious and just doesn't offer enough gruesomeness for the particularly bloodthirsty.’