Synonyms and related words:
Adamite, Charlie McCarthy, adherent, aerobic organism, agent, an existence, anaerobic organism, ancilla, animal, apple-polisher, appliance, artifact, ass-licker, autotrophic organism, backscratcher, backslapper, beast, being, bodily, body, bootlick, bootlicker, brainchild, brown-nose, brownie, brute, cat, chap, character, child, clawback, cog, coinage, commonality, commonalty, composition, concoction, contrivance, courtier, creation, creature comforts, creeping thing, cringer, critter, crowning achievement, customer, dependent, device, disciple, distillation, duck, dumb animal, dumb friend, dummy, dupe, earthling, effect, end product, entelechy, entity, essence, extract, fawner, fellow, feudatory, figurehead, flatterer, flunky, follower, footlicker, front, front man, fruit, genetic individual, gillie, go-between, goon, groundling, groveler, guy, hand, handiwork, handmaid, handmaiden, handshaker, hanger-on, head, helot, henchman, heterotrophic organism, hoi polloi, homager, homo, human, human being, implement, individual, inferior, instrument, interagent, intermediary, intermediate, intermedium, invention, issue, jackal, joker, junior, kowtower, lackey, lay figure, led captain, lever, lickspit, lickspittle, liege, liege man, life, lightweight, living being, living soul, living thing, lower class, lower orders, man, manufacture, masses, masterpiece, masterwork, material, mealymouth, mechanism, mediator, medium, microbe, microorganism, midwife, minion, mintage, monad, morphological individual, mortal, mundane, myrmidon, new mintage, nominal head, nose, object, offspring, one, ont, opera, opus, opuscule, organ, organic being, organism, organization, origination, outcome, outgrowth, party, pawn, peon, person, persona, personage, personality, physical, physiological individual, plaything, product, production, puppet, reptile, result, retainer, satellite, second fiddle, secondary, serf, servant, single, slave, somebody, someone, something, soul, spaniel, stooge, subaltern, subordinate, suck, superficial, sycophant, tellurian, terran, thing, third stringer, thug, timeserver, toad, toadeater, toady, tool, toy, truckler, tufthunter, underling, understrapper, unit, varmint, vassal, vehicle, virus, votary, work, worldling, yeoman, yes-man, zooid, zoon

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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  • créature — CRÉATURE. sub. f. Un Être créé. Les créatures animées. Les créatures inanimées. L Ange est la plus noble des créatures. Une créature intellectuelle. Lä puissance de Dieu éclate dans les plus viles créatures. Dieu est admirable dans ses créatures …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • creature — Creature. s. f. v. Estre creé. Les creatures animées. les creatures inanimées. l Ange est la plus noble des creatures. une creature intellectuelle. la puissance de Dieu esclate dans les plus viles creatures. Dieu est admirable dans ses creatures …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Creature — Crea ture (kr[=e] t[=u]r; 135), n. [F. cr[ e]ature, L. creatura. See {Create}.] 1. Anything created; anything not self existent; especially, any being created with life; an animal; a man. [1913 Webster] He asked water, a creature so common and… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • creature — late 13c., anything created, also living being, from O.Fr. creature (Mod.Fr. créature), from L.L. creatura thing created, from creatus, pp. of L. creare create (see CREATE (Cf. create)). Meaning anything that ministers to man s comforts (1610s),… …   Etymology dictionary

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  • creature — index animal, entity Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

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  • creature — [n] being, beast animal, body, brute, creation, critter*, fellow, individual, living being, living thing, lower animal, man, mortal, party, person, personage, quadruped, soul, varmint*, woman; concept 389 Ant. abstract, inanimate …   New thesaurus

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