One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A female ogre.
monster, giantessView synonyms
- ‘Like the ogresses of fairytales or the winds of war, their mills grind bones.’
- ‘In the Egyptian tale, he greets the ogress and, because of the way he does this, she hides him to protect him from her bloodthirsty son.’
- ‘The only special effect in all this is her finely calibrated performance, a balancing act, as she explains, that often involved invoking the ogress when she was in character as the saint.’
- ‘The ogress attempts to kill and cook them, but the children throw her into the heated oven.’
- ‘It was then that an ugly ugly ogress came up to me and asked me to dance.’
- ‘Eris in her original form was to the Greeks an image of the classic cannibal ogress.’
- ‘It would be like winning a kiss from an ogress who called herself fair.’
- ‘But then he has second thoughts: Maybe Fionna would have been happier as a princess, instead of the ogress that I turned her into.’
- ‘She's no longer the ogress she used to be to right-thinking people.’
- ‘I was transfixed by the vision of this Arctic ogress stepping through the gloom.’
Top tips for CV writingRead more
In this article we explore how to impress employers with a spot-on CV.