Related (15): abomination, freak, horror, monster, grotesque, aberration, oxymoron, mutant, miscreation, atrocity, eyesore, prodigy, chimera, grotesquerie, hodgepodge.
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monstrosity (noun) · monstrosities (plural noun)
- something, especially a building, that is very large and is considered unsightly:
- a grossly malformed animal, plant, or person.
- something that is outrageously or offensively wrong:
- the state or fact of being monstrous:
Synonymseyesore, horror, carbuncle, excrescence, mutant, mutation, freak, monster, abortion, malformation, eyesore, horror, beauty
"Monstrosity" Example Sentences
Common Phases1. The monstrosity of the creature left us all in awe; its size and ferocity were unmatched.
2. His mistake was a monstrosity; it cost the company millions of dollars.
3. The abandoned mansion was a monstrosity; its broken windows and overgrown yard were unsettling.
4. The monstrosity of the storm left widespread destruction; trees were uprooted and homes were destroyed.
5. The giant statue was a monstrosity; its imposing presence dominated the skyline.
6. The new development was a monstrosity; it ruined the natural beauty of the area.
7. The monstrosity of the accident left us all shaken; the twisted wreckage was heartbreaking to see.
8. The mutated creature was a monstrosity; it was like nothing we had ever seen before.
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