gargantuan


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Synonyms for gargantuan

of great mass

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Gargantuan proportions are possible only in a high-oxygen world, says Falkowski.
Nick Faldo, for example, is biggest at 250-1 in the shops, but was a gargantuan 470 on Betfair last night.
The case of a Tyneside woman prosecuted for eating an apple while driving was a farce of gargantuan proportions, the Government has been warned.
Well, well, who'd have thought two top actresses would let their gargantuan egos get the better of them, eh?
To begin with, his gargantuan house of cards (Good Stuff, 2003), inspired by the one created by American designers Ray and Charles Eames in 1952, assembles various images, photos, and papers collected during a trip to New York: "With this piece, there is the idea of a corpus, a collection, indeed, a pillaging, a picturesque colonialism, basically," the artist explains.
Having said this, it's time for me to get back to wasting my time surfing the Net and getting blasted on gargantuan martinis.
WEST Lothian Council have achieved a new low in this gargantuan rip-off of pounds 1million for the miniscule plot of land they own.
It also makes me wonder if the availability of gargantuan awards for medical malpractice cases affects peoples' health.
The Glossary of Petroleum and Environment (Yaker Publishing) compiles a gargantuan amount of industry terms in English and Spanish.
The study under review is just as Gargantuan in its scope as it claims to survey five centuries of French literature and examine how various writers, from the twelfth to the sixteenth century, conceived temporality and produced works of art which somehow translate both their own vision and the dominant mental structures of their Zeitgeist.
The very first thing to be said about writing a one-volume history of Baptists is that it is a gargantuan task.
Between that, and the gargantuan coverage given to J-Lo and Ben, the environment gets very short shrift in the mainstream media.
Valencia--the much-underrated third city of Spain--is full of remarkable buildings, from the medieval silk exchange with its tall twisted columns to the flamboyant food market with its green parrot weathervane, and Calatrava's gargantuan City of Arts and Sciences.
2 billion people and booming urban economy, China is generating gargantuan quantities of consumer waste.
Indeed, the battle for hope--not hope itself, I hasten to add--informs many of the strong offerings at Cannes 2002, from the Official Competition to the Critic's Week to the industry--only screenings in the gargantuan maw that is the Market.