from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal A small animal.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. beast, animal.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A little animal.
- n. See bheesty.
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The intentional incompetence of the cameraman keeps a clear view of the beastie from the audience for quite some time, offering only disturbing hints of what has truly descended upon the city.
So, drumroll, please – the number that my random-number generating beastie is showing is:
Outside of that it's limited mostly to beastie boys (in the rap field ... if you could call beastie boys rap ...) sometimes, because it's not stuff meant for the mainstay of a musical collection.
He's also got a common "beastie" theme running through his works, and references to drugs and Pink Floyd...
When it was safely dead, he began to search through his encyclopedia to see what kind of a "beastie" he had caught.
If Mr. Stewart had children he would as soon think of leaving them unnamed as to let a "beastie" go without a name.
If it were a monster, it'd be an amazingly rare kind of beastie that hides in the darkest, dankest spots of Bodmin Moor.
It sits right on the Necanicum Estuary, which in itself yields some amazing nature moments, when one kind of beastie or another wanders by.
And, yes, certainly when a drawing of a machine or beastie comes out great, it will tend to stay in the story more.
She says a new beastie will be appearing there within the hour.