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noun as in giant animal

noun as in unnatural being

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So you’re creating this monster centralized, centrally linked biometric data architecture.

It was undoubtedly flashy, but from a usability standpoint, it felt like a Frankenstein’s monster of gadgets.

The operator of Alipay, the ubiquitous digital wallet and financial “super app,” won a monster $150 billion valuation after a funding round in 2018.

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Another mathematical misfit, a prize possession for any cabinet, is simply known as the monster.

There is a danger, I think, in assuming that anyone who does not intervene in an emergency is a monster or inherently a bad person.

There was something cathartic about deleting this 2,500-word monster of a farewell, and resolving to live.

Because Duck Dynasty receives monster TV ratings and Robertson paid by a company (A&E) while making these public statements.

Bratton was not ready to say that Brinsley was acting as part of a group or as anything but a lone monster.

In its presence--jolting, sudden, horrific—the monster is the monster of grief.

The two parties—mother and son, and monster—live in the same house, and are safe and healthy.

At last two are successful, and the monster, hardly able to breathe, stands quiet and still.

Once again, the strong, black fist was clinched in the approaching monster's face.

If the hunter venture to come close to such a monster, and his dagger fail to pierce the vital spot, there is no help for him.

The men waited till the great body of the monster became still and quiet.

None would have believed that the cowardly monster Fear was for ever feasting upon his heart.

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On this page you'll find 67 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to monster, such as: beast, behemoth, freak, giant, whale, and brute.

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