- 01. Over a dozen villagers have been killed and eaten by a strange unknown [beast] living in the nearby forest.02. Wolves have long been described as dangerous [beasts] in children's stories, but actually they are very timid, intelligent animals.03. Her old boyfriend was a [beast] who only wanted her to cook and have sex with him.04. The weather has been positively [beastly] this summer; raining every day and cold as can be.05. Camels are very useful [beasts] for transporting goods across the desert.06. The forest was full of strange, wild [beasts] and the children were forbidden from entering it.07. The inhabitants of the planet Jupiter look like ugly monsters, half human and half [beast], but they are quite friendly, and a lot of fun at a party.08. The unicorn is a mythical [beast] which looks like a horse with a long horn coming out of its forehead.09. The hunter killed the [beast] with a single arrow through the heart.10. The wizard was able to tame all the wild birds and [beasts] into following his commands.11. A Czech proverb states that against the [beastly] human being even the gods are powerless.12. A Haitian proverb notes that age and marriage tame the [beast].13. A Hindu proverb observes that a man in this world without learning is as a [beast] of the field.14. Sathya Sai Baba once remarked that desire makes man forget his real nature, and reduces him to the status of a [beast].15. Manly Hall once said that a man without ethics is a wild [beast] loosed upon this world.16. Robert G. Ingersoll once suggested that courage without conscience is a wild [beast].17. Frederick the Great once claimed that every man has a wild [beast] within him.
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Beast — (b[=e]st), n. [OE. best, beste, OF. beste, F. b[^e]te, fr. L. bestia.] 1. Any living creature; an animal; including man, insects, etc. [Obs.] Chaucer. [1913 Webster] 2. Any four footed animal, that may be used for labor, food, or sport; as, a… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
beast — beast; beast·ie; beast·i·ly; beast·ings; beast·li·ly; beast·li·ness; beast·man; beast·ly; beast·lings; … English syllables
Beast — ist der Name: einer Holzachterbahn, siehe The Beast (Kings Island). eines Gitarren Typs von B.C. Rich, siehe Beast (Gitarre). eines Computerspiels, siehe Shadow of the Beast. eines Buches von Ally Kennen, siehe Beast (Roman). zweier Fernsehserien … Deutsch Wikipedia
beast — [ bist ] noun count ** 1. ) MAINLY LITERARY an animal, especially a dangerous or strange one: a wild beast 2. ) a cruel or immoral person, especially one who behaves in a violent or sexual way a ) INFORMAL OLD FASHIONED used for speaking to… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
beast — [bi:st] n [Date: 1100 1200; : Old French; Origin: beste, from Latin bestia] 1.) written an animal, especially a large or dangerous one 2.) old fashioned someone who is cruel or unpleasant ▪ You beast! Let go! 3.) something of a particular type or … Dictionary of contemporary English
beast — (n.) c.1200, from O.Fr. beste animal, wild beast, figuratively fool, idiot (11c., Mod.Fr. bête), from V.L. *besta, from L. bestia beast, wild animal, of unknown origin. Used to translate Latin animal. Replaced O.E. deor (see DEER (Cf. deer)) as… … Etymology dictionary
beast|ly — «BEEST lee», adjective, li|er, li|est, adverb. –adj. 1. like a beast; coarse, dirty, or brutal; vile: »The beastly behavior of the savages frightened their prisoners. 2. Informal. very bad or irritating; unpleasant; … Useful english dictionary
beast — [bēst] n. [ME & OFr beste < L bestia < ? IE base * dheus > DEER] 1. Archaic any animal as distinguished from a human being 2. any large, four footed animal; sometimes, specif., a domesticated animal 3. qualities or impulses like an… … English World dictionary
beast — index animal Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
beast — [n] large wild animal; brute barbarian, beastie*, creature, critter*, fiend, gargoyle, glutton, lower animal, monster, monstrosity, pig, quadruped, swine, varmint*; concept 394 … New thesaurus
beast — ► NOUN 1) an animal, especially a large or dangerous mammal. 2) a very cruel or wicked person. ORIGIN Latin bestia … English terms dictionary