Frankenstein's monster

  1. the monster created by Frankenstein in a gothic novel by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley (the creator's name is commonly used to refer to his creation)
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How To Use Frankenstein's monster In A Sentence

  • They call themselves 'biohackers' and they acknowledge the danger of unleashing a genetically altered Frankenstein's monster on the public or terrorists could be inspired by amateur genetic tinkering to launch a devastating bioattack on America. OpEdNews - Quicklink: "Biohackers" tinkering with the very foundations of life on Earth
  • Along the way, he encounters two additional fiends, Frankenstein's monster and the Wolf Man.
  • During development the hat included two bolts on either side of the Heavy's neck, similar to those seen in some depictions of Frankenstein's Monster. The final version does not include these.
  • Mary may have called the book her "hideous progeny, " calling to mind Frankenstein's monster, but unlike Victor Frankenstein, she did not cloister herself to construct it.
  • He spent the entire film buried under a ton of make-up as Frankenstein's Monster but captured the essential nobility of his put-upon character really well.
  • Pont's plan was to remould Sharma's javelin hurl into a biomechanically perfect round-arm sling, in the process creating a fast-bowling Frankenstein's monster. Why Samit Patel's cricket skill set carries so much weight | Barney Ronay
  • Frankenstein's monster is made up of a collection of body parts dug up from various graves.
  • The picture on his byline makes him look like a rather doddery retired professor with just a hint of Frankenstein's monster to his eyebrows and chin.
  • The more, I tried to make the jaw really a part of the head (one piece, connected by foam), so that the jaw does not look that "attached" later like the chin of Frankenstein's Monster.
  • Yellow eyes or a yellow complexion can be signs of illness (as in jaundice) or of devilry, or both: Frankenstein's monster had yellow, watery eyes.
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