grievous en Árabe
of grievous stupefaction like his own, in the room of her hotel. Suddenly he felt all the weight of insomnia and listlessness, all the depressing emotion of the cruel sensations experienced in the last few hours.
All speakers concurred with the view that corruption inflicted grievous harm on States in several ways.
In and out of jail-burglaries, selling the stuff he’d stolen, some other petty stuff and a bit of grievous bodily.
Maliciously or wilfully wounding or inflicting grievous bodily harm.
Mr T (19 years old) avoided conviction for murder, but was found guilty of grievous bodily harm for having intentionally caused wounds.
I fully recognize the grievous conditions to which Mr Colom i Naval draws attention.
In Sweden, for example, the maximum punishment for grievous sexual attacks on children is the same as that for serious fraud.
It is a grievous and unnecessary self-inflicted wound.
In the past Mexicans have suffered grievous violations of their human rights without the culprits being detected or punished.
My most grievous fault.
causing fear or anxiety by threatening great harm: life-threatening, dangerous, severe, critical, serious, grave
causing or marked by grief or anguish: sorrowful, heartbreaking, heartrending
shockingly brutal or cruel: monstrous, atrocious, evil, flagitious
of great gravity or crucial import; requiring serious thought: heavy, of import, important, grave, weighty