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noun as in monster

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Driggs highlights the problem of what he calls Frankenstein data sets, which are spliced together from multiple sources and can contain duplicates.

It’s easy for products like these to become a Frankenstein’s monster of fancy features.

The Frankenstein project, The Transformations of the Transformations of the Drs.

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The prompt resulted in Mary Shelley penning Frankenstein while still a teenager.

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“QAnon has morphed into something, like a Frankenstein, that defies existing categories of harmful content for the platforms,” François said.

From Psycho to Frankenstein, watch scenes from the director's 10 favorite creepy classics.

The hybrid alliance is something of a Frankenstein monster where every arm imagines itself the brain.

When I think of Frankenstein, I have these visions of Robert De Niro in awful makeup.

Hice is like the Republican version of a right-wing Frankenstein, featuring the worst elements of the GOP jammed into one person.

More laughs per minute than any other movie ever made—until Young Frankenstein, that is.

Mary, now that Frankenstein was off her hands, busied herself in writing out the journal of their first travels.

I have also finished the fourth chapter of Frankenstein, which is a very long one, and I think you would like it.

Barth, laughing, had assured him that there was no Frankenstein business of robbing graveyards and implanting brains in machines.

She wrote some half dozen novels and stories, the best of which was "Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus."

In short, he was discovering already that he had unwittingly created a monster beside which Frankenstein's was the veriest doll.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to Frankenstein, such as: beast, behemoth, freak, giant, whale, and brute.

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