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giant: very big, massive, vast, enormous

a giant: a monster, an ogre, a titan


  • "So he has a giant bottom, or he must measure 5 meters!"
  • "Giant corporation makes bid to buy weird little juice business"
  • "Jean : Well, you have tsunamis, tornados, sea monsters, aquamen, giant calamari, zucchinis."
  • "Enjoy your time strolling our sunny 75-acre estate or swimming in our giant lake, stocked daily with fresh carp."
  • "This has been a giant waste of time and money, and a good illustration of what is wrong with this country."
  • "He's in the Galapagos islands, tracking the oldest living giant tortoise."
  • "Just one question, Bruno: why have you turned into a giant duck?"
  • "The internet giants' giant footprints"
  • "Classic Halloween costumes : The cowboy, the giant poodle, the human toothbrush, the marshmallow."
  • "Despite gloomy financial forecasts for its competitors, the perfume giant is set to have one of their most successful Christmases ever with sales up 15% since this time last year."

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