gargantuan

All Adjective Noun
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  • The sun is doing it already, and on a scale so gargantuan that we could never hope nor desire to approach it. Cited from The Black Star Passes, by John W Campbell
  • Finally, in a burst of gargantuan emotion each of them sat down and wrote a letter. Cited from The Beautiful and Damned, by F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • Her feet are gargantuan, even for her height, and she's often ridiculed for them.
  • The next cut shows that the character actually has a gargantuan wristwatch.
  • To these tiny people the real world objects were gargantuan.
  • Other animals have died after receiving injections, and still others have kept growing to gargantuan proportions.
  • This was followed by an excellent concert, which in its turn was succeeded by a vast and Gargantuan dinner. Cited from The Days Before Yesterday, Lord Frederic Hamilton
  • The gargantuan expansion of that service might explain the situation.
  • There is a lot of scope for development of this land as it has the potential to house a gargantuan industrial complex.
  • He dropped his hand sheepishly when he realized it was only a sneeze -- though a gargantuan one. Cited from Planet of the Damned, by Harry Harrison
  • Using the evidence gathered by these gargantuan devices, it is unlikely the soil could have supported such structures without further preparation.
  • In all its gargantuan glory I love it.
  • Boom methods of Gargantuan scale were applied to cultural factors as well as to the physical. Cited from Guide to Life and Literature of the Southwest
  • He does, and soon afterwards the gargantuan Blandings Hope wins first prize.
  • It is an evil being of gargantuan stature, power and dark magic.
  • There exists some kind of major isolation system between the gargantuan floors of The City.
  • At the end of each world, Leander faces a gargantuan boss, whom he must defeat to enter the next world.
  • Or we might double or treble existence, live a Gargantuan life to match the house, make our day of forty-eight hours instead of twenty-four. Cited from Certain Personal Matters, by H. G. Wells
  • However they quickly grow to gargantuan proportions, and require large amounts of food as well as space, so beware.
  • The Kree used their time to build a gargantuan city.
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