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behemoth a huge beast, perhaps a hippopotamus, mentioned in the Book of Job in the Old Testament. [1/2 definitions]
Brobdingnagian huge; enormous; gigantic. [2/3 definitions]
brontosaur a huge, herbivorous dinosaur of the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods.
colossal extremely large in size, magnitude, or effect; enormous; gigantic; huge.
Cyclopean (sometimes l.c.) huge or gigantic. [1/2 definitions]
dwarf to cause to appear small, by being huge in comparison. [1/7 definitions]
enormous extremely large in size, quantity, or extent; huge; immense.
fish story (informal) an exaggerated or fanciful account, as of the huge fish that escaped.
gargantuan (sometimes cap.) of enormous proportions; huge; gigantic.
giant (often cap.) in Greek mythology, any of a race of huge manlike beings who fought with, and were defeated by, the gods. [1/5 definitions]
gigantic exceptionally big; huge, as a giant.
killing (informal) a huge and sudden monetary gain. [1/5 definitions]
leviathan a particularly huge example of any kind. [1/3 definitions]
mammoth gigantic; huge; enormous. [1/2 definitions]
megalith a huge stone, esp. one used in prehistoric times as a monument.
megalo- huge; gigantic; too large.
megalosaur any of a genus of huge carnivorous dinosaurs.
mighty imposing in size, power, or importance; huge; awesome. [1/4 definitions]
monstrous extraordinarily or abnormally large; oversize; huge. [1/3 definitions]
mountainous extremely large or high; huge. [1/2 definitions]
ocean a huge expanse or quantity. [1/3 definitions]