Word "BEAST" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a cruelly rapacious person
Synonyms:
brute, savage, wildcat, wolf

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a living organism characterized by voluntary movement
Synonyms:
animal, animate being, brute, creature, fauna

Crossword Clues for BEAST

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Clue Source Date
Live as good person, being cruel and brutal one? The Times Cryptic 26 May 2022
Animal Canadiana 21 Mar 2022
Monster Eugene Sheffer 11 Mar 2022
Monster Eugene Sheffer 11 Feb 2022
Monster The Telegraph Quick 22 Dec 2021
Most appropriate accommodation for a farm animal The Times Cryptic 24 Nov 2021
Creature The Telegraph Quick 14 Oct 2021
2017 Dan Stevens fantasy title role The Washington Post 10 Oct 2021
2017 Dan Stevens fantasy title role LA Times Daily 10 Oct 2021
Lion, tiger or bear Universal 06 Oct 2021
Ogre, for one The Washington Post 14 Sep 2021
Ogre, for one LA Times Daily 14 Sep 2021
Godzilla, for example Universal 13 Sep 2021
Monstrous creature USA Today 18 Aug 2021
Tiger or lion, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 04 Jul 2021
Beauty's beau LA Times Daily 07 Jun 2021
Beauty's beau The Washington Post 07 Jun 2021
Savage Newsday 30 May 2021
Animal most successful devours adult The Sun Two Speed 04 Apr 2021
Monstrous person The Sun Two Speed 04 Apr 2021
The Daily ___ (online news site) New York Times 04 Apr 2021
Monster Universal 23 Feb 2021
24-Across' love, with "the" LA Times Daily 06 Feb 2021
24-Across' love, with 'the' The Washington Post 06 Feb 2021
Blue member of the X-Men USA Today 28 Jan 2021
Griffin, for example USA Today 10 Jan 2021
Barbarian Newsday 06 Jan 2021
Monster Eugene Sheffer 29 Dec 2020
''Beauty and the __'' Newsday 28 Dec 2020
Cruel person Newsday 15 Dec 2020
Savage sort Premier Sunday 08 Nov 2020
Creature The Telegraph Quick 15 Sep 2020
Savage creature Thomas Joseph 11 Sep 2020
'Beauty and the ___' USA Today 08 Mar 2020
Grendel, e.g New York Times 01 Mar 2020
Centaur, for one USA Today 23 Feb 2020
Beauty company? The New Yorker 27 Jan 2020
Animal The Telegraph Quick 27 Dec 2019
Savage sort USA Today 01 Dec 2019
Animal, creature The Times Concise 30 Jul 2019
Ogre Newsday 28 Jul 2019
Monster Thomas Joseph 16 Jul 2019
Beauty's suitor USA Today 27 Jun 2019
The Minotaur, e.g Universal 24 Jun 2019
World's longest wooden roller coaster, with 'The' New York Times 14 Jun 2019
Brute; creature The Telegraph Quick 15 May 2019
Scary creature Wall Street Journal 25 Mar 2019
Beauty's love Universal 21 Mar 2019
Animal, most successful, devours adult The Sun Two Speed 06 Mar 2019
Monstrous person The Telegraph Quick 05 Mar 2019
Real poser Newsday 19 Jan 2019
Grendel, e.g.
World's longest wooden roller coaster, with "The"
The Minotaur, e.g.
Scary creature
Beauty's suitor
Beauty's love
Brutish fellow Wall Street Journal 05 Dec 2018
Animal, most successful, devours first character The Sun Two Speed 28 Oct 2018
Punt about like a devil The Telegraph Toughie 24 Oct 2018
Lover of Beauty Universal 17 Oct 2018
Brutish sort USA Today 28 Jul 2018
Gaston's Disney foe, with 'the' USA Today 27 Jul 2018
Ogre Wall Street Journal 24 Jul 2018
Burden carrier USA Today 15 Jul 2018
Wild thing USA Today 04 Jul 2018
Beauty's love USA Today 27 May 2018
Belle's love Wall Street Journal 07 Apr 2018
Menagerie member USA Today 06 Apr 2018
Brutish creature Family Time 18 Feb 2018
Beauty's admirer USA Today 14 Jan 2018
Ogre
Belle's love
Brutish fellow
Wild thing
Gaston's Disney foe, with "the"
Burden carrier
Brutish sort
Beauty's love
Beauty's admirer
Lover of Beauty
Griffin or manticore, e.g The Chronicle of Higher Education 15 Dec 2017
Savage Premier Sunday 03 Dec 2017
Brute The Telegraph Quick 16 Nov 2017
Gaston's Disney foe The Washington Post Sunday 05 Nov 2017
Monster The Washington Post Sunday 29 Oct 2017
Beauty's beloved Family Time 11 Sep 2017
Beauty's beloved Universal 18 Jul 2017
Beauty's partner, with 'the' New York Times 17 Jul 2017
Wild thing Newsday 22 Jun 2017
Brute LA Times Daily 23 May 2017
Brute The Washington Post 23 May 2017
Brute Newsday 22 Mar 2017
Blue-furred X-Man Wall Street Journal 01 Mar 2017
Ogre Thomas Joseph 28 Jan 2017
Critter Thomas Joseph 27 Jan 2017
Brute
Beauty's beloved
Beauty's partner, with "the"
Griffin or manticore, e.g.
Beauty's beloved USA Today 28 Dec 2016
Animal Wall Street Journal 20 Dec 2016
Savage The Washington Post 18 Dec 2016
Creature LA Times Daily 11 Dec 2016
Wild animal Canadiana 05 Dec 2016
Wild animal The Times Concise 22 Nov 2016
Savage sort LA Times Daily 24 Oct 2016
Beauty's unlikely love Universal 14 Oct 2016
The Antichrist, with 'the' New York Times 19 Aug 2016
Lover of Beauty LA Times Daily 31 Jul 2016
Wild animal Newsday 19 Jul 2016
Godzilla, for one The Washington Post 22 Jun 2016
Wild thing LA Times Daily 12 Jun 2016
High performer, in sports slang The Washington Post 19 May 2016
The Antichrist, with "the"
Wild thing
Lover of Beauty
Beauty's beloved
Beauty's admirer LA Times Daily 15 Nov 2015
Large animal The Times Concise 11 Nov 2015
Wild animal LA Times Daily 30 Sep 2015
Sixth-day creation LA Times Daily 14 May 2015
Savage one Newsday 26 Feb 2015
Iron Maiden "The Number of the ___"
Savage one
Beauty's beau
Sixth-day creation
Wild animal
Brute
Beauty's admirer
Stones "___ of Burden"
Animal
Beauty's beau
Creature
"X-Men" character with blue fur
Cruel fellow
Beauty's swain
Beauty's beau
Beauty's admirer
Admirer of Beauty
"Beauty and the __"
Wild animal
Burden bearer
Wild animal
Savage one
Burden bearer
Admirer of Beauty
Creature
Chimera, e.g.
Beauty's suitor
Contemptible cad
Beauty's love
Heartless sort
Beauty's beloved
Wild thing
"___ of Burden"
Burden bearer
Burden bearer
Brutish one
Crude dude
Cruel person
Wild one
Beauty's beloved
Beauty lover
Beauty's beloved
Cruel one
Half of a Disney duo, with "the"
Savage
Wild thing
Animal
Henry James's "The ___ in the Jungle"
Animal
Burdened one, perhaps
Brute
Burden carrier
Admirer of Beauty, with "the"
Brutish sort
Absolute brute
Wild animal
Savage one
Ogre
Swine
Beauty lover
Savage sort
Burdened one, perhaps
Burdened one
Horror-flick staple
Beauty lover
Barbarian
Practical burden bearer
Troglodyte
Animal
Monster
Beauty lover
Minotaur, e.g.
Brutish one
Beauty's counterpart
Coarse sort
Animal nature
Beauty lover
Brute
"Beauty and the ___"
Beauty admirer
Last word of "King Kong"
One soothed by music, perhaps
Half of a Disney duo
Sixth-day creation
Beauty lover
Beauty lover
Coarse person
Wild animal
Nonhuman
It's soothed by music, perhaps
Beauty lover
Brute
Savage
Ogre
Beauty's love
Jungle creature
Griffin, for one
Troglodyte
Beauty's mate
Beauty seeker
Brutish sort
Burden bearer
Beauty's beloved
Griffin, for one
Beauty's inamorato
Beauty's beau
Beauty's partner
Brute
Animal
Hardly Mr. Nice Guy
Cad
Hardly Mr. Nice Guy
Cad
Brutish sort
Savage
Beauty's love
1991 Peter Benchley book
animal
The Rolling Stones' "_____ of Burden"
Creature
One soothed by music, perhaps
Beauty's admirer
Brutish one
Beauty's suitor
Savage
Absolute brute
Beauty's beau
Beauty's admirer
Burden carrier
Admirer of Beauty
Antichrist, in Revelation, with "the"
Ogre
___ of burden
Lion king, e.g.
"Beauty and the __"
Beauty's love
Beauty's swain
Savage
1991 Disney prince
Half of a Disney duo
Beauty's companion
Beauty's love
Contemptible person
Beauty lover
Hellkite
A sixth-day creation
Aesop character
Hell kite
Ron Perlman title role
Animal
Jungle denizen
Large animal
Four-footed mammal
Beauty lover
Beauty's partner
Steer or deer, e.g.
Beauty's captor
Horse, for one
Fauna form
Horse, e.g.
Beauty's mate
Tiger, for one
Man's counterpart
Creature
Burdened one
Beauty's friend
" . . . for man or ___"
Jungle dweller
Despicable one
Quadruped.
Animal.
Dr. Dolittle's friend.
See 37 Down.
Ark passenger.
King Kong.
Animal in Rev. XIII.
Sheep or goat.
Beauty's companion.
Barn occupant.
Carrier of burdens.
67 Down, for one.
Jungle denizen.
Aesop character.
Resident of the mammal house.
Movie thriller, "The ___ from 20,000 Fathoms."
Beauty's hero.
Large four-footed animal.
Kinkajou, for instance.
Servant of man.
Four-footed animal.
Monster.
Brute
The Daily ___ (Tina Brown blog)
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