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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgiganticgi‧gan‧tic /dʒaɪˈɡæntɪk/ ●●○ adjective  BIGextremely big syn huge a gigantic skyscrapersee thesaurus at biggigantically /-kli/ adverb
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giganticThese gigantic creatures became extinct in the Jurassic period.Once upon a time, Triton had been a gigantic deity, ruling the deep ocean of the unknown.The house was lit like a Christmas tree and shaped like a gigantic igloo.This alarm sounds like a gigantic pencil-sharpener grinding up something awful.Just two seats, an engine and a gigantic price tag of £35,000.Dotty herself was in the garden, a straw hat of gigantic proportions crowning her untidy thatch of hair.a gigantic statue of BuddhaNowhere else in a country involved in a gigantic war effort could one have found that kind of power to spare.Gigantic waves more than 40 feet high crashed against the boat.
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