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grotesque
used in The House of Hades

3 uses
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Definition
distorted and unnatural in shape or size — especially in a disturbing way

or:

ugly, gross, or very wrong
  • A grinning, grotesque face loomed over him.
    p. 76.8
  • His chartreuse polyester pants were grotesquely tight, and his acne had only gotten worse.
    p. 329.0
  • The story was so revolting and grotesque Hazel had always shut her ears when they told it at Camp Jupiter.
    p. 540.2

There are no more uses of "grotesque" in The House of Hades.

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