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Another word for monster

  1. A person or animal that is abnormally formed

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  2. One that is extraordinarily large and powerful

      1. Something exceptionally big or remarkable.
      2. A gross untruth.
      1. One of a family of giants, the children of Uranus and Gaea, who sought to rule heaven and were overthrown and supplanted by the family of Zeus.
      2. One of prodigious size, strength, or achievement:
      3. The largest satellite of Saturn and the second largest satellite in the solar system.
      1. Any of various extinct elephants of the genus Mammuthus of the Pliocene, Pleistocene, and Holocene Epochs, having ridged molars and often, as in the woolly mammoth, long tusks and hair.
      2. Something that is of great size.
      3. Of enormous size, extent, or amount; huge.
      1. Something unusually large of its kind, especially a ship.
      2. A very large animal, especially a whale.
      3. A monstrous sea creature mentioned in the Bible.
      1. An unusually large person, animal, or thing.
      2. Unusually large:
      1. In the Bible, a giant Philistine warrior who was slain by David with a stone and sling.
      1. A person or thing of great size.
      2. A person or thing of extraordinary power, significance, or importance:
      3. One of a race of humanlike beings of enormous strength and stature who were destroyed in battle with the Olympians.
      1. Something enormous in size or power.
      2. A huge animal, possibly the hippopotamus, described in the Bible.
  3. A perversely bad, cruel, or wicked person

      1. In popular folklore, an undead being in human form that survives by sucking the blood of living people, especially at night.
      2. A person, such as an extortionist, who takes advantage of others, especially for personal gain.
      3. A vampire bat.
      1. A large carnivorous feline mammal (Panthera tigris) of Asia, having a tawny coat with transverse black stripes.
      2. Any of various similar wild felines, such as the jaguar, mountain lion, or lynx.
      3. A person regarded as aggressive, audacious, or fierce.
      1. A giant or monster in legends and fairy tales that eats humans.
      2. A person who is felt to be particularly cruel, brutish, or hideous.
      1. An evil spirit or demon in Muslim folklore believed to plunder graves and feed on corpses.
      2. In popular folklore, an undead or subhuman being, especially one that eats human flesh.
      3. A grave robber.
      1. An evil spirit; a demon.
      2. The Devil; Satan.
      3. A diabolically evil or wicked person.
      1. In many religions, the major personified spirit of evil, ruler of Hell, and foe of God. Used with the.
      2. A subordinate evil spirit; a demon.
      3. A wicked or malevolent person.
      1. An animal other than a human, especially a large four-footed mammal.
      2. Animal nature as opposed to intellect or spirit:
      3. A very large or powerful person or thing:
      1. A principal fiend.
      2. The Devil; Satan. Used with the.
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  1. Of extraordinary size and power

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Another word for monster

  1. A great beast

  2. An unnatural creation

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