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A plant or animal showing abnormal development or deformity.
Middle English monstruosite from Old French from Late Latin mōnstrōsitās from Latin mōnstruōsus monstrous monstrous
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Late Latin monstrositas (“monstrousness"), from Latin monstrōsus.
Oh, you have it fixed up nice, but don't you think it's a monstrosity?
To stop this monstrosity from helping Eggman achieve his ultimate goal of world domination Sonic must get the emeralds back and escape before the immense explosion that will undoubtedly ensue.
In fact, a hybrid work in two languages would be a literary monstrosity.
To stop this monstrosity from helping Eggman achieve his ultimate goal of world domination you must get the emeralds back and escape before the immense explosion that will undoubtedly ensue.
For this being the 21st century, we have access to that lovable, unstoppable monstrosity that we call the World Wide Web, and it just wants to help!
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