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-zilla

1.
a combining form extracted from Godzilla, occurring in compounds that describe a fearsome, extreme, overbearing, or monstrous person or thing:
super wealthy, competitive momzillas.
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  • “And no longer did he eat the meat placed before him,” zilla broke in.

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  • “Always did Bidarshik journey in far places,” zilla interrupted proudly.

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  • zilla relaxed her sour mouth long enough to sigh her satisfaction.

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  • “And there was no way for him across the salt lake,” said zilla.

    Love of Life Jack London
  • "Aunt zilla appears to be busy back there," he said, blandly.

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  • "Young miss is ercomin'," zilla said, turning toward the front.

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  • I've got to help zilla get dinner ready, and then I'll show you our corn and cotton.

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  • zilla entered the dining-room and spread the cloth on the table.

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  • Mary was mounting the horse zilla had led from the stables to the block at the gate.

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