[ UK /ɡɑːɡˈɑːntjuːən/ ]
[ US /ɡɑɹˈɡæntʃuən/ ]
  1. of great mass; huge and bulky
    jumbo shrimp
    a jumbo jet
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How To Use gargantuan In A Sentence

  • But such economies will not be sufficient to meet this gargantuan challenge. Times, Sunday Times
  • But the tasks ahead are gargantuan. Times, Sunday Times
  • This time I have captured the gargantuan Turkish meat butty for posterity, here and in the photo's section forever more.
  • And then there was CityTime, the gargantuan $700 million looting of the city treasury by sticky-fingered outside consultants hired to build an automated payroll system. Dan Collins: Mayor Bloomberg's Handling of Stephen Goldsmith Firing Not the Problem
  • Since an imperial harem numbered more than 5,000 wives, concubines, and eunuch guards at the height of the dynasty, the scale of cooking was gargantuan.
  • She sat at the table in front of us and proceeded to order an enormous earthenware jug of red wine and a gargantuan bowl of spaghetti with clam sauce.
  • The preference is evident in the gargantuan New World Department Store in Shanghai's commercial heart.
  • Ramirez turned the taps, and hot water sluiced into the vast bath as he walked around the gargantuan chamber, pulling various bottles out of the cabinets that lined the upper reaches, sealed against the invasion of water.
  • Rides with ominous names like Raptor, Flight of Fear, and Mean Streak push the G force envelope at three gargantuan amusement parks.
  • The atrocities committed on all sides were horrendous and on a gargantuan scale.
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