Grand-guignol



[French grahn gee-nyawl] /French grɑ̃ giˈnyɔl/

noun
1.
a short drama stressing horror and sensationalism.
2.
of, relating to, or resembling such a drama.
/ɡrɑ̃ ɡiɲɔl/
noun
1.

noun

See Guignol

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