An adjective used to describe someone who enjoys beastiality and finds animals sexually attractive.
1:"My dog is licking my crotch"

2:"You're so beast
de HooLoO 21 octobre 2009
UK slang for great, wicked, amazing!
"he's proper beast in bed blud, i'd twang his wang again"
de Louu and Jess 27 juillet 2007
Not to be confused with Beast, beast, beastly, beasts or The Beast of Revelations]. BEAST is an individual person with enourmous size and (presumed) enourmous strength. The strength is of course always assumed, because BEAST will never demonstrate this enourmous strength to those around him. While beast can refer to someone attractive, unnatractive, strong, or otherwise positively or negatively noteworthy and Beast can refer to individuals possessing qualities of the sort, BEAST must refer to the specific individual who embodies these qualities. While each social group has only one, and each group believes that it's own BEAST is superior, stronger, or more beastly than other BEASTs, it is logical to assume that there are many BEASTs in the world, and that who is the greatest BEAST of all is up for depate. (I know who get's my vote). (There is also a BEAST featured in the movie 'Fall of a Dream' from the Karen and Sam series)
I went to a party with... wait for it... BEAST! Can you believe it?!
de Tetragrammaton 3 juin 2007
The most annoying word known to jocky/preppy guys!
I can't believe he keeps saying beast.
de melg 5 mai 2007
when people are strangely good at something
pete is a beast at crew in his own row boat
de better off 19 avril 2006
A Beast is another word for a Ganja Spliff or Blunt in the UK.... best to pronounce it in a german accent...Beascht, not Beast. It catches on fast...go on try it.
Skin A Beast! - or - Schkin a Beascht!
Are u Skinning a beast? - or - Are u Schkinning A Beascht?
- used to encouage stingy mates to skin up or shut up.
de Joe Sloan 7 mars 2006
to work hard
I am beasting engligh tonight because I have a paper due tomorrow and I haven't started.
de Pooja Patel 14 juin 2004

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