“Daddy, I want that one!” whined Bobby as he pointed at the monster in the cage 100 yards away.
“But you can’t have the Chimera, dear. How about a nice tiger cub instead?” coaxed Mrs. Montague.
“No! That one!”
“I told you we should have gone to a pet shop,” said Mr. Montague.
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1. (often initial capital letter) a mythological, fire-breathing monster, commonly represented with a lion’s head, a goat’s body, and a serpent’s tail.
2. any similarly grotesque monster having disparate parts, especially as depicted indecorative art.
3. a horrible or unreal creature of the imagination; a vain or idle fancy:
He is far different from the chimera your fears have made of him.
4. Genetics. an organism composed of two or more genetically distinct tissues, as an organism that is partly male and partly female, or an artificially produced individual having tissues of several species.