gigantesque

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But le père Bellefort, Valerie, he is gigantesque, like his son.

Everything about this great composer was gigantesque, as became a giant.

Flaubert scribbled on Du Camp's letters another of his favourite expletives, Gigantesque!

Two or three gigantesque meeting-houses, featureless and sombre, domineer over the roofs around them.

There was something, too, in its order, by which it resembled the gigantesque features of the old Greek master.

In a city like ours, every thing should be in keeping, and the predominant principle should be the gigantesque.

A certain grandeur of movement alone can preserve its gigantesque quality and impression of power.

Tom got his speech at length, when he saw the gigantesque form and big laughing red face of Bob McCord approaching him.

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