monstruosity


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monstruosity

(ˌmɒnstrʊˈɒsɪtɪ)
n
another word for monstrosity
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The abnormity and monstruosity of Nazist ideology with its manipulations of Darwinism are implied here: the consequences of such an utterance on Edmund's acts and life are enormous and irrevocable.
In order to reach the status of a brilliant writer, the only solution is represented by singularization, even monstruosity, the exit from the patterns common to all the others: "I was Leverkuhn, I was Lovecrafts ghost, I was Roderick Usher, the one who buried his sister in a dark room, under the stairs .
On Good Friday, Francis attended a traditional torch-lit ceremony at the Colosseum in Rome where he called for help to "abandoned people" and railed against "the monstruosity of humankind".