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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhumongoushu‧mon‧gous (also humungous British English) /hjuːˈmʌŋɡəs/ adjective informal  very big syn enormous rich people living in humongous houses
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humongousThis is a humongous computation that was not possible; with computers, it becomes more feasible.They have a humongous dog.Let's take the moderately humongous million, for starters.The whole thing created a lot of stress and tension, moving this humongous thing around the country.
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