"Any vice presidential candidate is really a creature of the presidential campaign," Nelson explains.
She is, ultimately, a creature so without precedent in our politics that people like Frank Rich have just lost their bearings.
Money and creature comforts take a back seat to expressing your soul in a meaningful way.
Since Carruth is a one-man band and autodidact, he learned how to create the special effects for the creature himself.
And even after all these inconveniences, he will still be the creature who demands the least of you and gives the most.
She is shy, the dear creature, and has not one word of English.
Would I rob Heaven and give the praise and honour to the creature?
He is happiest that needeth least of any creature, and not he that hath most.
And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.
Really, it is hard to imagine who could have had the audacity to introduce a creature like that into our circle.
late 13c., "anything created," also "living being," from Old French creature (Modern French créature), from Late Latin creatura "thing created," from creatus, past participle of Latin creare "create" (see create). Meaning "anything that ministers to man's comforts" (1610s), after I Tim. iv:4, led to jocular use for "whiskey" (1630s).
denotes the whole creation in Rom. 8:39; Col. 1:15; Rev. 5:13; the whole human race in Mark 16:15; Rom. 8:19-22. The living creatures in Ezek. 10:15, 17, are imaginary beings, symbols of the Divine attributes and operations.