n.a human being
○ `wight' is an archaic term
n.a person who is controlled by others and is used to perform unpleasant or dishonest tasks for someone else
A fabled creature symbolic of virginity and usually represented as a horse with a single straight spiraled horn projecting from its forehead.
and yet I could not perceive that there was any living thing to fear, the biggest creature that I had yet seen upon the island being a goat.
So she set the little creature down, and felt quite relieved to see it trot away quietly into the wood
There are those who regard him AS the creature of his mother's hatred of ammon and the uxorious spouse of a beautiful wife
No creature smarts so little AS a fool
Every living creature there held life AS of no account, and wAS demented with a pASsionate readiness to sacrifice it
Like thAT haughty creATure AT the polo mATch
A benighted creature who has the folly to worship something that he can see and feel.--Ambrose, Bishop of Milan
Amy, too, had a dear child named Beth, but she was a frail little creature and the dread of losing her was the shadow over Amy's sunshine.
Every man, As to character, is the creature of the age in which he lives. ——Voltaire