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Definition of "monstrousness" [mon•strous•ness]

  • The state or condition of being monstrous. (noun)
  • Something monstrous. (noun)

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Use "monstrousness" in a sentence
  • "But monstrousness is the province of people who take action against others -- that's what Marilyn Nelson is talking about herself: "known to have done monstrous things""
  • "There is that strange kind of monstrousness in the common hope of men; that whereas a christian hopes, be cause God in his word hath promised, who cannot lie; they hope, even with reference to these their greatest concernments, because they think he will lie."
  • "Because making Dan and Laurie into casual killers kind of breaks the monstrousness of what Rorschach and the Comedian are, and kind of undercuts the monstrous deal that they have to make with Veidt in the end."