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Noun(1) any creature of exceptional size(2) a person of exceptional importance and reputation(3) an unusually large enterprise(4) a very large person; impressive in size or qualities(5) someone or something that is abnormally large and powerful(6) an imaginary figure of superhuman size and strength; appears in folklore and fairy tales(7) a very bright star of large diameter and low density (relative to the Sun
Adjective(1) of great mass; huge and bulky
(1) Moments later the boats were smashed to smithereens by the force of the giant wave and the boatmen were believed to have perished.(2) The teams then compete in different games ranging from giant size, inflatable obstacle courses to relay races, all played against the clock.(3) Mike was a giant of a man, standing over seven feet tall.(4) Even somebody from lands foreign would have pegged him as a giant : he was unusually tall for a mammalian biped, and more powerful than an elephant.(5) Matt and Dom took to pillow fighting immediately, positively surprised at the giant size of the pillows that were put on the couches.(6) Several drug industry leaders have spoken over the past few years about the need to cut back their giant sales forces.(7) He was a tall man, not a giant but tall, and he wore the same uniform as the other men - gray with a matching newsboy cap.(8) At 27, he's already a giant among local comic artists - and not just because of his large frame and infamously squeaky voice.(9) He was 180 cm tall, a huge giant for his time and for Japanese men.(10) Six giant multinationals now control virtually all of America's newspapers and television and radio stations.(11) And because pensions are a form of deferred wages, Labour is really forcing through a giant wage cut.(12) The giant wall sized poster of one outside the museum got my attention, and I finally started to realize what was going on.(13) Thinking quickly, I bent down and threw him upwards as he flipped right onto the pool table and crashed, the entire bar shaking with a giant force.(14) He may now be a giant among contemporary composers, but it is a minor miracle that he survived the tumult of central European history.(15) He remembered Selina as a freshman, a giant among her peers with amazing speed and foot work├ö├ç┬¬ she really was a gifted athlete.(16) It also has a magnificent border of giant dahlias, a plant that has been out of fashion for years, but one that gives great value.
1. huge ::
2. elephantine ::
3. colossus ::
4. giant star ::
5. behemoth ::
6. hulk ::
1. diminutive ::
2. dwarf ::
3. midget ::
4. mite ::
5. runt ::
6. shrimp ::
Different Formsgiant, giantess, giantesses, giants
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