[ US /taɪˈtænɪk/ ]
[ UK /taɪtˈænɪk/ ]
[ UK /taɪtˈænɪk/ ]
- of great force or power
How To Use titanic In A Sentence
- She plays Silly, a Nova Scotian seasprite of girl who is the subject of a marine tragedy of, er, Titanic proportions.
- More than 50 cask ales, lagers and ciders will be on available, including Abbot Ale, Cumberland Ale, Titanic Iceberg and Sam Smith's Old Brewery Bitter.
- THE last written description of the Titanic before it sank is up for auction this week. The Sun
- On the slowly sinking Titanic, there was time for socially determined behavioral patterns to reemerge.
- The ship, with fifteen hundred passengers, and fitted with sufficient lifeboats after the tragedy of the Titanic two years before, sailed in late afternoon, heading east down the St. Lawrence Seaway. Bird Cloud
- Carpathia that he has often grumbled to the officers for what he called absurd precautions in lying to and wasting his time, which he regarded as very valuable; but after hearing of the Titanic's loss he recognized that he was to some extent responsible for the speed at which she had travelled, and would never be so again. The Loss of the S. S. Titanic Its Story and Its Lessons
- The diet which builds up their titanic physiques also harms their health in the long term.
- When finished, Titanic Quarter hopes to include offices, shops, a maritime museum and, beside the old slipway, a building that will tell the Titanic story.
- Wilson depicted the struggles of African Americans with a lyrical beauty and captured the lives of those who lived on the edges of the society with a dignity that was worthy of the titanic power of any character in Greek drama.
- He first appeared in Wigtown in about 1943, after being invalided out of the Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve, where he'd served as an officer on a sister ship of the Titanic.