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Gargantuan definition, gigantic; enormous; colossal: a gargantuan task. See more. gargantuan (comparative more gargantuan, superlative most gargantuan). ( obsolete) Of the giant Gargantua or his appetite. Huge; immense; tremendous. Later on, literacy exposes children to more words, and it is likely that the gargantuan vocabularies of some adults (over , words) could not arise without.

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In person, you can see why it proved such a gargantuan task. This garvantuans concept for the gargantuan. Dictionary Entries near gargantuan garfish garganey Gargantua gargantuan gargle gargler gargouillade.

These example sentences are selected automatically from various online news sources to reflect current usage of the word ‘gargantuan. They convinced her that The President liked showing his dick off and swinging it around, and gave her a shirt for The President to wear, but didn’t include any pants.

Contemporary Examples of gargantuan Today, researchers are flummoxed as to the whereabouts of this gargantuan cultural artifact. The awkward case of ‘his or her’. Achievable with their instant shrink ray and teleportation technology The two of them lied to her, saying they were his ambassadors. Of exceedingly great scope or nature: She appeared in ” The Rickchurian Mortydate “. Of immense size, extent, or quantity.

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Translation of gargantuan Nglish: More from Merriam-Webster on gargantuan Thesaurus: Please tell us where you read or heard it including the quote, if possible. Wu, Smithsonian”Operation Calamari: Need even more definitions?

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Ghost Word The story of an hargantuans word that managed to sneak past our editors and enter the dictionary. This imperfect sentence not being at all intelligible as a confession, but sounding like a Gargantuan order for a dram, brought him into new difficulties by occasioning his parent to pounce at him in a more than usually snappish manner, and to overwhelm him with bitter reproaches. Since half of Kipp’s gargantuan team is from the Lebanese capital, we’re always curious to know gargantuana people perceive Beirut, and where publications recommend visitors to go.

Nevertheless, the word is now widely used as a synonym of colossal or massive. Essays in English Literature, George Saintsbury.

Some people think that gargantuan should only be used to describe things connected with food: The New York Times aptly summed up one big problem: Nowadays, the word can be considered archaic, not even being used, when one talks about a hypothetical female presidential monarch, whereas they instead use the term “female president”.

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Resources for gargantuan Time Traveler! It’s the champion of the arena! Birmingham Council axes more than 7, jobs. Today, researchers are flummoxed as to the whereabouts of this gargantuan cultural artifact. Due to Rick and Morty’s recent betrayal of him, The President didn’t allow them to go on their adventure there and instead, investigated the scene himself, shrinking down with Shrinking Pills which made him shrink out of his clothes in the process.

See more words from the same year. There are enough gargantuan lorries thundering down this road as it is, causing pollution, congestion and noise to the residents. Sign In Don’t have an account?

He pointed out there had been a topical issue debate on Syria in Junewhen one deputy called the crisis “one of gargantuan proportions”.