Devil and Monster


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Devil noun – An evil spirit.
Usage example: acted as if possessed by some devil

Monster is a synonym for devil in brute topic. In some cases you can use "Monster" instead the word "Devil" as a noun or an adjective, when it comes to topics like demon, kind, fiend, mischief. popular alternative
Nearby Words: devious, devilish, devilry, devilment, devilishly
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Monster noun – A strange or horrible and often frightening creature.
Usage example: both children insisted that their parents check under the bed for monsters every night

Devil is a synonym for monster in rascal topic. You can use "Devil" instead the word "Monster" as a noun or an adjective, if it concerns topics such as brute, demon, kind, fiend. popular alternative
Nearby Words: monstrous, monstrously
Synonyms for Monster

How words are described

female female devil female monster
original original devil original monster
true true devil true monster
green green devil green monster
Other adjectives: single, powerful, actual, real, big, black, legendary, classic, titular, literal, psychotic, giant, eponymous, strongest.

Both words in one sentence

  • Wrestling Monster Her "mentor/rival" Aja Kong is a similar case, who (not unlike the Undertaker) played a monster that claimed to be worse than the devil, yet was a face for long portions of her career.
  • Ugly Guy, Hot Wife She was a gorgeous temptress devil, while he was a hideous monster, very much resembling a pit fiend.
  • Web Video / Hellsing Ultimate Abridged What say you, monster, demon, devil conceived by the bleakest womb?
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Monster or Devil. 2016. Accessed May 21, 2022.

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