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See definition of monstrous on Dictionary.com
  • adj.unnatural, shocking
  • adj.very large

synonyms for monstrous

  • atrocious
  • cruel
  • dreadful
  • egregious
  • freakish
  • frightful
  • grotesque
  • gruesome
  • heinous
  • hideous
  • horrendous
  • horrible
  • horrifying
  • infamous
  • inhuman
  • intolerable
  • obscene
  • odious
  • outrageous
  • preposterous
  • terrible
  • vicious
  • aberrant
  • abnormal
  • desperate
  • devilish
  • diabolical
  • disgraceful
  • evil
  • fiendish
  • flagitious
  • foul
  • hellish
  • loathsome
  • macabre
  • miscreated
  • morbid
  • ominous
  • rank
  • satanic
  • scandalous
  • teratoid
  • uncanny
  • unusual
  • villainous
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antonyms for monstrous

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  • acceptable
  • beautiful
  • delightful
  • gentle
  • glorious
  • good
  • great
  • innocent
  • inoffensive
  • kind
  • magnificent
  • moral
  • nice
  • pleasant
  • pleasing
  • pretty
  • pure
  • reasonable
  • sensible
  • wonderful
  • average
  • common
  • expected
  • little
  • miniature
  • natural
  • ordinary
  • small
  • standard
  • tiny
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How to use monstrous in a sentence

Twenty-two-year-old wunderkind Luka Dončić started his Olympic career with a monstrous performance, one rarely witnessed in international basketball.
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Enter Epstein, an old business contact of her father’s, whose short-lived romance with Maxwell gave way to a very different, allegedly monstrous kind of mutually beneficial arrangement.
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Far too often, traditional narrative storytelling has worked to further marginalize people who are already marginalized in society by framing aspects of their identities as monstrous, inherently evil, or Other.
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The more layers of this scam you peel back, the more monstrous it looks.
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One does not last weeks on this monstrous regimen without spiritual help.
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Eyes are immediately drawn to the six Final Four logos, highlighted by a monstrous version commemorating the 1989 national championship.
JUWAN HOWARD’S FIRST BANNERS AT MICHIGAN CAME DOWN. HE’S READY TO HANG ANOTHER ONE.KAREEM COPELANDMARCH 18, 2021WASHINGTON POST
FiveThirtyEight contributor Erin Cassese, a political science professor at the University of Delaware, was struck during the 2016 presidential campaign by how the candidates were being described in monstrous, non-human terms.
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She was in a dream of oily odours and monstrous iron constructions, dominated by the grand foreman: and Edwin was in the dream.
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Tressan was monstrous ill-at-ease, and his face lost a good deal of its habitual plethora of colour.
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There are great and wonderful works: a variety of beasts, and of all living things, and the monstrous creatures of whales.
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