monster definition

  • noun:
    • An imaginary or famous animal, including a centaur or Harpy, that integrates components from different animal or individual kinds.
    • A creature having a strange or terrifying appearance.
    • An animal, a plant, or other organism having structural flaws or deformities.
    • Pathology A fetus or an infant that's grotesquely unusual and in most cases perhaps not viable.
    • an extremely big pet, plant, or item.
    • a person who inspires scary or disgust: a monster of selfishness.
    • A terrifying and dangerous, wild or fictional creature.
    • A bizarre or whimsical creature.
    • an incredibly harsh or antisocial individual, specially a criminal.
    • A horribly deformed person.
    • A badly behaved child, a brat.
    • some thing abnormally huge.
    • A prodigy; someone really talented in a certain domain.
    • some thing of abnormal dimensions, form, or high quality; a prodigy; an enormity; a marvel.
    • Specifically , an animal or plant departing significantly from the usual type, because by having a lot of limbs.
    • Any thing or individual of abnormal or excessive ugliness, deformity, wickedness, or cruelty.
    • something extraordinary, supernatural, or wonderful; a thing to-be wondered at; a prodigy.
    • the perfect animal of grotesque or chimerical figure and often of huge size, compounded of real human and brute shape, or of the shapes of numerous brutes, while the sagittary, centaur, sphinx, mermaid, minotaur, griffin, manticore, etc.
    • Any large animal; something unusually big of the type.
    • An animal or a plant of unusual type or construction; any living monstrosity.
    • you regarded with horror due to their moral deformity, or his tendency to dedicate revolting or abnormal crimes.
    • some thing unnatural and horrible.
    • An example: a pattern.
    • (medicine) a grossly malformed and often nonviable fetus
    • people or animal which markedly strange or deformed
    • a cruel wicked and inhuman person
    • some one or something this is certainly uncommonly large and effective
    • an imaginary creature usually having different individual and animal components
  • adjective:
    • casual severely big; monstrous: a monster hit in the box office; ate a monster steak.
    • huge; worth a monster.
    • Monstrous in dimensions.
    • Enormous or very powerful.
  • verb:
    • to create into a monster; to categorise as a monster; to demonise.
    • To work as a monster to; to terrorise.
    • To harass.
  • verb-transitive:
    • to produce monstrous.
  • others:
    • Of inordinate size or numbers: because, a monster weapon; a monster meeting.
    • to demonstrate; show; muster. See muster.
    • to create monstrous; exaggerate or magnify extravagantly.

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