behemoth

[ bih-hee-muh th, bee-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF behemoth

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Hath he no the smooth face o' a bairn and the thews' o' Behemoth?'

Behemoth was a Strephon, and he thought that he had found his Chloe.

While the planet bombs dropped, the behemoth began to rise again.

The beast is probably the same as the ‘Behemoth’ of the Bible.

There are other legends of the Behemoth too puerile to be narrated.

Nor do the descriptions of Behemoth and Leviathan comport with the dragon-form.

Really it is Behemoth and Leviathan he was called to deal with.

Their interests and tenets did run counter to each other; vide in Hobbes' Behemoth.

"It must be the Behemoth, of which we have heard so much," said Chamai, gazing in amazement.

Bearing all this carefully in mind, we started out to do battle with Behemoth.

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