- adj. common misspelling of grievous.
“The current division of assault into lots of different categories, such as grevious bodily harm and actual bodily harm, is difficult for both officers and the public to understand, he said.”
“General Wars by admin on Dec. 17, 2009, under Uncategorized who would win in a fight the old 1987 tmnt or the clone wars general grevious? have any of u guys seend the star wars clone wars saga well if u have grevious was faster and way more agile then he was in the movie who wins the old 1987 version of the ninja turtles or the clone wars general grevoius?”
“A grevious insult indeed, if the folks on Language Log are to be believed.”
“Dear Pownetwork, I had made a grevious error misrepresenting my rank, time in service, and mos. But I never claimed to have recieved Gold Jump Wings or the Scuba Qual Badge.”
“Beautiful to behold however so dangerous as to warrant arrest grevious bodily harm.”
“To bother to call Rush “pond scum” would be a grevious insult to pond scum everywhere …”
“Most of us consider pedophilia a grevious wrong that should be severely punished – although such a law is not objectively written in stone by the universe anywhere nor can it be justified solely by mere reason.”
“I had the misfortune of having an individual do grevious harm to someone close to me a long time ago and was plagued by the desire for revenge.”
“Mean Things: civil war, genocide, infertility, recovery from surgery, grevious bodily harm, death of friends and stock, family drama”
“He is still guilty of causing grevious bodily harm with intent, however his sentence has been, quite rightly, suspended.”
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