Juggernaut

[ US /ˈdʒəɡɝˌnɔt/ ]
[ UK /d‍ʒˈʌɡənˌɔːt/ ]
NOUN
  1. a crude idol of Krishna
  2. an avatar of Vishnu
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How To Use Juggernaut In A Sentence

  • The black juggernaut with its fourteen wheels drove past, all lit up in the accumulating darkness.
  • If everyone believes you're a political juggernaut, the theory goes, then you will become a political juggernaut.
  • Beyond the monster human cyclone of a moshpit, audience member stood frozen like rabbits in the glare of juggernaut halogens.
  • Try riding around Woolwich with juggernauts thundering along and get the feel of real danger.
  • Despite being hard-wearing and stain-resistant, it couldn’t get past the granite juggernaut in countertop sales, in part because granite scored points for naturalness. Will the return of the jumpsuit jumpstart that ’70s kitchen?
  • As back-rows they spent the entire match scrabbling for possession, trying to stop the Wasps juggernaut.
  • If this monstrous juggernaut of metal and circuitry wasn't a titan, he didn't know what was.
  • It's big, it's fast, it's loud, it's got a backbeat you can't move with a juggernaut and it's definitely not clever.
  • It was the lorry driver she saw yesterday, both by the given description of the driver and the juggernaut.
  • Residents of a street blighted by a stream of juggernauts have given a slightly disbelieving welcome to Swindon Council's decision to close the road to through traffic.
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