What is another word for Monstrousness?

Pronunciation: [mˈɒnstɹəsnəs] (IPA)

Monstrousness is a word that conjures up images of something hideous, grotesque, and terrifyingly large. It is a word that denotes something that is beyond the norm, or that is excessively evil. Some synonyms for monstrousness include: grotesqueness, abhorrence, atrocity, horror, deformity, and obscenity. These words all convey a sense of something that is beyond the ordinary, something that is revolting and terrifying. Other synonyms for monstrousness include: enormity, dreadfulness, and monstrous size. These words all express a sense of something that is overwhelmingly large or terrible. Whatever word you choose to describe something that is monstrous, it is clear that this is a word that signifies something truly horrifying.

What are the hypernyms for Monstrousness?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Monstrousness

Yet, in verity, we to have little thought of aught, save of the grim and threatening terror and Monstrousness which did stand forever upon that low hill, and did be the House of Silence.
"The Night Land"
William Hope Hodgson
And the baying of the Hounds did grow nearer in the night; and there to grow ever the roarings over the Land; and a sense of Evil and Monstrousness to be abroad in all the night.
"The Night Land"
William Hope Hodgson
But the Monstrousness of this case is not that three people have been killed-but that three people have been more than killed.
"The Crooked House"
Brandon Fleming

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