Synonyms for gigantesque
|Grammar : Adj|
|Spell : jahy-gan-tesk|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˌdʒaɪ gænˈtɛsk|
Top 10 synonyms for gigantesque Other synonyms for the word gigantesque
Définition of gigantesque
- As in Brobdingnagian : adj giant
- As in Bunyanesque : adj giant
- As in cyclopean : adj giant
- As in massy : adj giant
- As in mastodonic : adj giant
- As in pythonic : adj giant
- As in walloping : adj giant
- But le père Bellefort, Valerie, he is gigantesque, like his son.
- Extract from : « Rosin the Beau » by Laura Elizabeth Howe Richards
- Everything about this great composer was gigantesque, as became a giant.
- Extract from : « Genius in Sunshine and Shadow » by Maturin Murray Ballou
- Flaubert scribbled on Du Camp's letters another of his favourite expletives, Gigantesque!
- Extract from : « Egoists » by James Huneker
- Two or three gigantesque meeting-houses, featureless and sombre, domineer over the roofs around them.
- Extract from : « Uppingham by the Sea » by John Henry Skrine
- There was something, too, in its order, by which it resembled the gigantesque features of the old Greek master.
- Extract from : « Atlantic Monthly, Vol. XII. September, 1863, No. LXXI. » by Various
- In a city like ours, every thing should be in keeping, and the predominant principle should be the gigantesque.
- Extract from : « The International Monthly, Volume 5, No. 4, April, 1852 » by Various
- A certain grandeur of movement alone can preserve its gigantesque quality and impression of power.
- Extract from : « Musical Memories » by Camille Saint-Sans
- Tom got his speech at length, when he saw the gigantesque form and big laughing red face of Bob McCord approaching him.
- Extract from : « The Graysons » by Edward Eggleston
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