grim

phonetic symbol: / ɡrɪ́m / 

grim - English Dictionary

[ adjective satellite ]
■ shockingly repellent
■ inspiring horror
e.g.)
・the grim aftermath of the bombing
・the grim task of burying the victims
ghastly , grisly , gruesome , macabre , sick

[ adjective satellite ]
■ causing dejection
e.g.)
・grim rainy weather
blue , dark , dingy , disconsolate , dismal , drab , drear , dreary , gloomy , sorry

[ adjective satellite ]
■ filled with melancholy and despondency
e.g.)
・took a grim view of the economy
blue , depressed , dispirited , down , down in the mouth , downcast , downhearted , gloomy , low , low-spirited

[ adjective satellite ]
■ not to be placated or appeased or moved by entreaty
e.g.)
・grim determination
・grim necessity
inexorable , relentless , stern , unappeasable , unforgiving , unrelenting

[ adjective satellite ]
■ harshly uninviting or formidable in manner or appearance
e.g.)
・a grim man loving duty more than humanity
・undoubtedly the grimmest part of him was his iron claw
dour , forbidding

[ adjective satellite ]
■ harshly ironic or sinister
e.g.)
・a grim joke
・grim laughter
black , mordant

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