Associations to the word «Monster»
MONSTER, noun. A terrifying and dangerous, wild or fictional creature.
MONSTER, noun. A bizarre or whimsical creature.
MONSTER, noun. An extremely cruel or antisocial person, especially a criminal.
MONSTER, noun. (medicine) (archaic) A horribly deformed person.
MONSTER, noun. (figuratively) A badly behaved child, a brat.
MONSTER, noun. (informal) Something unusually large.
MONSTER, noun. (informal) A prodigy; someone very talented in a specific domain.
MONSTER, adjective. Very large; worthy of a monster.
MONSTER, verb. To make into a monster; to categorise as a monster; to demonise.
MONSTER, verb. To behave as a monster to; to terrorise.
MONSTER, verb. (chiefly Australia) To harass.
MONSTER COCK, noun. A very large penis.
MONSTER COCKS, noun. Plural of monster cock
MONSTER GROUP, proper noun. (algebra) The largest sporadic group, of order 246 · 320 · 59 · 76 · 112 · 133 · 17 · 19 · 23 · 29 · 31 · 41 · 47 · 59 · 71, denoted M or F1.
MONSTER GROUP, proper noun. Alternative letter-case form of Monster group
MONSTER OF THE WEEK, noun. (informal) Any of the antagonists that briefly appear in episodic forms of fiction, especially television series.
MONSTER TRUCK, noun. A large truck designed specifically to perform in monster truck shows, typically based on a lifted pickup truck with oversized wheels and modified suspension.
MONSTER TRUCKS, noun. Plural of monster truck
MONSTER, noun. An imaginary creature usually having various human and animal parts.
MONSTER, noun. Someone or something that is abnormally large and powerful.
MONSTER, noun. A person or animal that is markedly unusual or deformed.
MONSTER, noun. A cruel wicked and inhuman person.
MONSTER, noun. (medicine) a grossly malformed and usually nonviable fetus.
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