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Hulk faces off against another green monstrosity, Abomination.

From Time

In “Back 4 Blood,” the developer, Turtle Rock, says they wanted to go “bigger,” with “20-foot tall monstrosities” that will take considerable effort to defeat with the help of friends.

Creepy people on Twitter, a cephalopodic monstrosity of its own, have let their imaginations run wild for the past month.

From the volunteers’ position, a supernode—a multi-­antenna monstrosity responsible for linking much of the network on the Lower East Side to nodes in Brooklyn—was barely visible atop the Sabey building.

James does support repealing and replacing Obamacare, and during his previous campaign he promised to go work his “tail off to remove this monstrosity.”

From Vox

So, like any monopolist, the agency ballooned into a bureaucratic monstrosity that spends much of its wealth on itself.

How could she have allowed herself to whitewash such monstrosity?

As he starts to comprehend the monstrosity that is Walter White, Hank realizes that Walt has just beat this kid up emotionally.

And then she revealed that this monstrosity of electronic expression can be found right there in the chat box.

If he remains silent in the face of the verbal assault, that silence will be taken as consent, thus proving his monstrosity.

It was apparent by that time that the extender would never be anything in a printing office but a psychological monstrosity.

And I didn't dare look again at the second monstrosity, the one named John Smith.

Evil complicates, by one knows not what hydra-headed monstrosity, the vast, cosmic whole.

A child born with three legs is a freak of nature, a monstrosity, yet it sometimes appears.

It's all a muddle, a compromise, a monstrosity, like everything else you produce; there's nothing in it that goes on all-fours.


On this page you'll find 37 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to monstrosity, such as: abnormality, atrocity, deformity, dreadfulness, enormity, and eyesore.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.