gargantuan

[ gahr-gan-choo-uhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF gargantuan
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"He has been treating me to Gargantuan discourse, Jacqueline," said the fool, humbly.

The Gargantuan facade itself was enough to smother comprehension.

London like some Gargantuan babe, is awake, crying for its milk.

But that which has most puzzled and shocked readers are the specially Gargantuan passages relating to eating and drinking.

He dropped his hand sheepishly when he realized it was only a sneeze—though a gargantuan one.

The sight of that gargantuan sweep of cliff coming on top of the weariness of the journey had crushed her.

My supplies may well be too generous; and it might be prudent to try a little dieting after this Gargantuan good cheer.

Slowly he swung around to face the window and the gray ship, standing like a Gargantuan sundial counting the last days of Earth.

With all its dozens of tons of weight, it jerked in a gargantuan death agony.

Boom methods of Gargantuan scale were applied to cultural factors as well as to the physical.

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