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A large, hairy apelike creature resembling a yeti, supposedly found in NW America.See also Sasquatch
- ‘A large cast was made of the impression, said to contain the body print of a reclining Bigfoot.’
- ‘The North American Science Institute claims it has spent over $100,000 to prove the film is of a genuine Bigfoot.’
- ‘He was dubbed the name Bigfoot for his large, muscular, body structure.’
- ‘Other respondees thought this predicted the appearance of Yeti or Bigfoot.’
- ‘Shot in Bluff Creek, California, it shows a Bigfoot striding through a clearing.’
- ‘If the Bigfoot creatures across the United States are really out there, then each passing day should be one day closer to their discovery.’
- ‘He's the owner of a roadside stand in the middle of the Everglades, who seems involved in every sighting of Florida's Bigfoot in his area.’
- ‘Giant and apelike in appearance, it would be easy to mistake Bigfoot for a hairy tree or NBA player.’
- ‘So you've memorized the famous Patterson footage of a grainy Bigfoot.’
- ‘This legendary critter has been known as the Bigfoot, Meh-Teh, and Sasquatch.’
- ‘Like Bigfoot and the Loch Ness monster, most of the evidence for Champ's existence rests on eyewitness testimony.’
- ‘The feature that distinguishes the Bigfoot matter is the purported resemblance of this hairy creature to humans.’
- ‘If only these creatures were, like Bigfoot, just a myth.’
- ‘Miller is interested in the philosophical, social and metaphorical implications that the Bigfoot creature represents.’
- ‘Like Bigfoot, he is glimpsed only occasionally, on grainy videotape, which feeds his myth.’
- ‘But don't worry, the gigantic 15 inch footprints won't belong to the elusive Bigfoot, but Britain's tallest ever man.’
- ‘First, Patterson told people he was going out with the express purpose of capturing a Bigfoot on camera.’
- ‘Do they represent additional evidence of the legendary Bigfoot or something else entirely?’
- ‘Whereas creatures such as Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster may or may not be hoaxes, the Cardiff Giant certainly was a hoax.’
- ‘The Bigfoot myth, Nickell suggests, is fueled by human hopes and fears.’
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