Definition of beast :
1. A game at cards similar to loo.
2. A penalty at beast, omber, etc. Hence: To be beasted, to be beaten at beast, omber, etc.
3. Any four- footed animal, that may be used for labor, food, or sport; as, a beast of burden.
4. Any living creature; an animal; - including man, insects, etc.
5. As opposed to man: Any irrational animal.
6. Fig.: A coarse, brutal, filthy, or degraded fellow.
pill, voluptuary, caitiff, rascal, dirtbag, puppet, scamp, tool, monstrosity, slob, meanie, barbarian, beastie, headache, fauna, hound, glutton, crumb, scoundrel, peculiarity, rogue, big game, nazi, aspect, blighter, gargoyle, bear, component, scum, pup, creep, schmuck, zoology, masher, arachnid, libertine, sentient being, slime, goat, heavy, clown, knave, wretch, sleazeball, labor, cretin, heel, churl, stinkard, bleeder, arthropod, scapegrace, factor, chuff, cur, nature, slimeball, crud, miscreant, so-and-so, bastard, facet, sleaze, hog, boor, no-good, fink, villain, wildcat well, rat fink, snake, sod, pervert, scumbag, property, stinker, varmint, animate being, kind, sleazebag, misogynist, evildoer, prodigal, son of a gun, cad, pig, bounder, killer, living organism, lecher, baddie, rapscallion, wildcat, joker, tiger, bugger, wight, savage, wolf, skunk, lout, critter, sensualist, scuzzball, swine, job, skirt chaser, dog, biped, varlet, living creature, beast of burden, louse, woman chaser, feature, toad, rat, throwback, reprobate, rotter, scalawag, buzzard, degenerate, quality, adult, seducer
animal (part of speech: noun)
evil spirit (part of speech: noun)
monster, ogre, archfiend, Satan, incubus, sylph, hell hound, gnome, devil, hellcat, nixie, hell-raiser, hobgoblin, imp, sprite, specter, hellion, freak, werewolf, vampire, goblin, daemon, succubus, demon, dwarf, dragon, spirit, lamia, siren, ghoul, genie, nymph, fiend, satyr
- " I shan't call you a fool; but if I did, you wouldn't be such a beast as to hit me, and if you did, I should be so sorry that I shouldn't hit you again. - "Burr Junior", G. Manville Fenn.
- I can't swear that the beast understood what was said to him, but he acted exactly as if he did. - "Caves of Terror", Talbot Mundy.
- " With great pleasure," returned the beast. - "The Patchwork Girl of Oz", L. Frank Baum.