what is difference between ghastliness and grimness
From ghastly + -ness.
ghastliness (countable and uncountable, plural ghastlinesses)
- The state of being ghastly.
- A ghastly thing.
From Middle English grimnesse, from Old English grimnes (“severity, fierceness, cruelty”), equivalent to grim + -ness.
grimness (usually uncountable, plural grimnesses)
- The characteristic or quality of being grim.