/biːst/ n [C]
• formal an animal, especially a large or wild one
a wild beast
The room wasn’t fit for man or beast.
• old-fashioned an unpleasant, annoying or cruel person
He was a beast to her throughout their marriage.
“He who makes a beast of himself gets rid of the pain of being a man.”
* Samuel Johnson Quoted in “Anecdotes of the Revd. Percival Stockdale” (1809)
With the first issue successfully launched and issues flying off our metaphorical shelves here at the fictional Bristow Compound, rumours are already brewing about the other events we have planned for the next few of months to supplement issue one.
But what of Issue two? At our summer fête we revealed the theme of the next issue to be ‘Beast’ and are now looking contributions.
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