Gro*tesqu"er*y (?), n. [Written also grotesquerie.] [From Grotesque.]

Grotesque action, speech, or manners; grotesque doings. "The sustained grotesquery of Feather-top." K. L. Bates.

Vileness, on the other hand, becomes grotesquerie, wonderfully converted into a subject of laughter.
George Gissing.

 

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