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Cannibieas is a term referring to a mythical creature believed to be a hybrid between a cannibal and a bear. It is often portrayed as a dangerous and bloodthirsty being.

Senses and Usages:

  • Noun: In folklore, the cannibieas was said to inhabit deep forests, preying on unsuspecting wanderers.
  • Adjective: The local legends described the cannibieas encounter as a terrifying and horrific event.
  • Verb: The children mesmerized their friends with stories of the cannibieas, making it seem both fearsome and fascinating.

Sample Sentences:

  1. The ancient tribe believed in the existence of cannibieas and warned their members to avoid venturing into certain areas.
  2. Local tales recount the harrowing escape of a young man from the clutches of a cannibieas.
  3. Despite rumors suggesting sightings, there is no concrete evidence to support the existence of cannibieas.
  4. She felt a cannibieas-like hunger after her long hike through the wilderness.

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