Definition of Monstrous
having the ugly or frightening appearance of a monster.
In nineteenth-century France several freak shows were banned for fear that the shocking spectacles would cause women to bear monstrous children.
Example of Monstrous
A beautiful dive at 20m, I saw huge coral formations and monstrous sea fans.
After a good night's rest, the couple resume their journey appearing more refreshed and less monstrous .
Any country that would even seriously consider such a monstrous act certainly isn't going to be shown mercy when war is brought to its civilian population.
At 12.59 am, a massive deep sea quake struck just off the coast of Indonesia, sparking a tidal wave of monstrous proportions.
Besides these monstrous and horrifying thoughts, the uncontrolled practice of cloning also threatens the dignity of humankind.
But I'm still troubled by the fact that they could even consider doing something so monstrous .
Charlie's dad is an immense, monstrous presence at the centre of the film.
Grendel lives, with his monstrous mother, at the bottom of a foul lake, which a variety of other monsters inhabit.
How could such a cruel, monstrous decision exist on the earth?
I immediately stopped my car and, smiling wickedly, pulled out the monstrous bag.