Definition of monstrous:
- Abounding in monsters.
- Exceedingly; very; very much.
- Extraordinary in a way to excite wonder, dislike, apprehension, etc.; - said of size, appearance, color, sound, etc.; as, a monstrous height; a monstrous ox; a monstrous story.
- Extraordinary on account of ugliness, viciousness, or wickedness; hateful; horrible; dreadful.
- Having the qualities of a monster; deviating greatly from the natural form or character; abnormal; as, a monstrous birth.
- Marvelous; strange.
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- "The Case of Richard Meynell", Mrs. Humphrey Ward.
- "Barriers Burned Away", E. P. Roe.
- "The Just and the Unjust", Vaughan Kester.