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怪物, かいぶつ

  • kaibutsu


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • monster

Examples of 怪物,かいぶつ in a Sentence

The monster's smile was cruel.
The abominable snowman is a Himalayan monster.
A hideous monster used to live there.
Having once landed the monster immediately jumped again and was over my head.
No sooner had the girl caught sight of the monster than she ran away.
Small children often like books about dragons and other monsters.
This terrible monster was the Sphinx.
A monster was believed to live in the cave.
That ugly butcher resembles that fictional monster.
A monster lay on a rock near the top of the mountain.

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