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Noun
/ˈkrēCHər/,
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creatures, plural;
  1. An animal, as distinct from a human being
    • - night sounds of birds and other creatures
  2. An animal or person
    • - as fellow creatures on this planet, animals deserve respect
  3. A fictional or imaginary being, typically a frightening one
    • - a creature from outer space
  4. Anything living or existing
    • - dress, jewels, and other transitory creatures
  5. A person of a specified kind, typically one viewed with pity, contempt, or desire
    • - you heartless creature!
  6. A person or organization considered to be under the complete control of another
    • - the village teacher was expected to be the creature of his employer

  1. animal: a living organism characterized by voluntary movement
  2. a human being; `wight' is an archaic term
  3. a person who is controlled by others and is used to perform unpleasant or dishonest tasks for someone else
  4. Creature was the second album from Canadian alternative rock band Moist, released in 1996. It featured the singles "Leave it Alone", "Resurrection", "Tangerine", and "Gasoline".
  5. Creature is a Canadian pop rock band from Montreal, Quebec.
  6. Creature is a 1985 film directed by William Malone.
  7. A Death-Grip on Yesterday is the third studio album from the American metalcore quintet Atreyu. It was released on March 28, 2006 through Victory Records.
  8. Creature is a 1998 made for TV movie starring Craig T. Nelson, Kim Cattrall and Matthew Carey. The movie is based on the 1997 novel Creature by Jaws author Peter Benchley. ...
  9. This is a complete listing of episodes from the animated television series Garfield and Friends. The first episode of Garfield and Friends aired on September 17, 1988.
  10. (Creatures (album)) Creatures is the fifth full-length album by indie rock group Elf Power.
  11. (Creatures (artificial life program)) Creatures is an artificial life (alife) computer program series, created in the mid-1990s by English computer scientist Steve Grand whilst working for the Cambridge computer games developer Millennium Interactive. ...
  12. A created thing, whether animate or inanimate; a creation; A living being; an animal or human; A being subservient to or dependent upon another
  13. Alternative spelling of creature
  14. (Creatures) General term used for fishing with soft plastics imitating: Lizards, Crawfish, Water Dogs, Frogs and Tadpoles.
  15. (Creatures) They may possess power or destructive potential that hits at the core of our being. In these cases, we are confronted by a sense of angst or loss from unknown dangers through these creatures. There are some mixed creatures that are more playful, however. ...
  16. (Creatures) is a term used in DMFA to refer to several various inherently magical races that differ for the most part from normal mortals, known as Beings. The current known count of Creature races includes Angels, Demons, Cubi, Mer, Mythos, Undead, Dragons, Insectis, and Phoenix.
  17. (Creatures) stay on the table when played. All Creatures have a printed Power cost, and require Care of Magical Creatures Lessons to play. ...
  18. Term used generically to refer to anything that can take actions / interact within the game / story. (Character / NPC / monster / living objects / undead / etc.)
  19. A card type. A creature is a permanent. See rule 302, "Creatures."
  20. A quality expression of low contempt, properly confined only to the mouths of ladies who are right honourable.
  21. representing a being, animal, humanoid, or otherwise, that can be used to attack an opponent every turn. Several creatures are artifacts as well, and are without color.
  22. An ignored or rejected part of yourself that you need to become acquainted with / (see MONSTER)
  23. An animal or animate being who lives by instinctive intelligence and desire, and the urges of eating, sleeping and procreating.
  24. (1985) (Originally released as "Titan Find" (1984) )
  25. These are your monsters. They can attack and block.