creature[ kree-cher ]SEE DEFINITION OF creature
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CREATURE
Would I rob Heaven and give the praise and honour to the creature?
This is certainly a very high and unusual devise to so young a creature.
He smiled' at Miss Gregg, who was elderly and gray, but visibly his creature.
Every creature whose rival I could possibly become is my enemy.
No, I heard nothing; I felt the thought of that creature touching my thought.
And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.
I hardly know what sort of creature or hobgoblin to call them.
He, Philip Crane, the man of calculation, was but a creature of emotion.
A creature of hope and joy, the first draught of sorrow had bewildered her.
I'm an obstinate kind of creature, and get things by hanging on.