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1. macabre

adjective. ['məˈkɑːbrə, məˈkɑːbɝ'] shockingly repellent; inspiring horror.

Synonyms

  • ghastly
  • alarming
  • grim
  • grisly
  • gruesome

Antonyms

  • healthy
  • fit
  • well
  • keep down

Etymology

  • macabre (French)

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Rhymes with Macabre

  • slobber
  • clobber
  • robber
  • jobber
  • bober
  • bobber

How do you pronounce macabre?

Pronounce macabre as məˈkɑbər.

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Sentences with macabre


1. Noun, singular or mass
Teens with a taste for the macabre will appreciate the collection of oddities at the Jekyll and Hyde Club.

2. Adjective
Those with a more macabre turn of mind can stroll past the Englewood Post Office at 63rd and Wallace.

Quotes about macabre


1. When I was young, my favorite picture book was 'Fletcher and Zenobia,' written by Edward Gorey and illustrated by Victoria Chess. It's long out of print now, but its mix of macabre humor and 1960s psychedelia made it a perfect children's book for the times.
- Rick Riordan

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