Monstrosity is a creature in 5e.
A creature is any player character or DM-controlled monsters and NPCs including (but not limited to) constructs, monstrous plants, and undead.
If a spell or feature says it affects a creature, then it does not affect objects unless it specifically says so.
Monstrosity is one of the creature types found in D&D 5e.
It works as a sort of catch-all category for monsters that don't quite fit in with other creature types.
Monstrosity in Magic The Gathering is giving the creature an ability to become monstrous.
Monstrosity in Magic The Gathering is an activated ability you can activate any time you can pay for it.
When it resolves, it checks whether the creature is already monstrous.
Monstrosity of evil means something or someone is evil, is an atrocity, abnormal or outrage.
In the game you can usually counter the monstrosity.
The first Monstrosity ability is still waiting to resolve, but your Dragon is already monstrous, so it disregards the rest of its effect.
No new counters will be added to the Dragon and no additional damage will be dealt to your opponent, but at least your Dragon is still alive!
When you call someone a monstrosity it means that you're calling that person a big and ugly person.
If someone calls you a monstrosity it means they are likely mocking you and making fun of you for being fat and ugly.
The kind of word that monstrosity is, is a noun and is the act of being monstrous.
Monstrosity is a noun and not a verb.
A person can be a monstrosity.
When someone is a monstrosity it means they are large and are not good to look at.
The opposite of monstrosity is something that is beautiful or good looking.
Some examples of how to use monstrosity in a sentence are.
The new hotel is a monstrosity that blocks my view of the beach.
Because your monstrosity of a car is parked in front of my driveway, I can't drive to work.
Nobody will purchase your couch at the yard sale because it's a brightly colored monstrosity.
That big ugly factory is a monstrosity that they build close to the beach.
Monstrosity means that something is very large and is an eyesore.
For example a large building that is ugly could be considered a monstrosity.
A monstrosity is something so hideous that you can hardly stand to look at it, like a zombie or an ugly modern building.
A monster can certainly be described as a monstrosity, but so can anything that is as frightening or disgusting as a monster.
Basically anything you find large and offensive to look at can be considered a monstrosity.
A statue, a person etc can be a monstrosity.
Since monstrosity is just anything that is large and is terrible to look at.
Although what one person finds ugly and a monstrosity someone else may find that same thing a beautiful thing to look at.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.