an imaginary wild animal of fierce disposition.
a person of uncouth or unconventional habits, attitudes, etc., especially one considered a menace, nuisance, or the like.
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How to use bandersnatch in a sentence
It would be more delightful if he could also fetch the mighty glyptodon, the terrible dinotherium, and the stately bandersnatch.The Librarian at Play | Edmund Lester Pearson
Perhaps the philologists of the future may theorise as sapiently as to the origin of jabberwock and bandersnatch.The Romance of Words (4th ed.) | Ernest Weekley
bandersnatch's name never even appeared on the race-card last week.
After all, I need a bandersnatch, dont I, to keep me straight?The Confounding of Camelia | Anne Douglas Sedgwick
I am sure you look like a bandersnatch; a biting, snarling creature.The Confounding of Camelia | Anne Douglas Sedgwick