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  1. Munris says:
    The Danse Macabre consists of the dead or a personification of death summoning representatives from all walks of life to dance along to the grave, typically with a pope, emperor, king, child, and laborer. It was produced as memento mori, to remind people of the fragility of .
  2. Vular says:
    We trace the origins of macabre to the name of the Book of Maccabees which is included in the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox canons of the Old Testament and in the Protestant Apocrypha.
  3. Zololrajas says:
    Macabre Gallery is the first art gallery specializing in dark surreal art, opened in If you are an alternative art enthusiast and want to find different works of art that inspire you new sensations, then you are in the right place.
  4. Shaktilabar says:
    Jun 18,  · From Danse Macabre (“dance of death”), from Old French, usually said to be from Macabé (“Maccabee”), in reference to a mystery play depicting their slaughter.
  5. Arashiramar says:
    used to describe something that is very strange and unpleasant because it is connected with death or violence: Even the police were horrified at the macabre nature of the killings. She has a pretty macabre .
  6. Zulkijora says:
    macabre (adj.) early 15c., in Macabrees daunce, daunce of Machabree, a kind of morality show or allegorical representation of death and his victims, from Old French (danse) Macabré "(dance) of Death" (), which is of uncertain origin.. John Lydgate (c. –c. ), the monk/poet who first translated it into English, seems to have regarded it as the name of the French author, and.
  7. Nizahn says:
    Hey there! I'm Madame Macabre! I narrate spooky tales, compose music (often themed around said spooky tales), voice act, and more! Thanks for checking out my.
  8. Arashijar says:
    Jul 04,  · You describe something such as an event or story as macabre when it is strange and horrible or upsetting, usually because it involves death or injury. Police have made a macabre discovery. Mr Dahl was well-known for his macabre adult stories called 'Tales of the Unexpected'. Synonyms: gruesome, grim, ghastly, frightening More Synonyms of macabre.

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