Something likened to a huge statue, as in size or importance: a colossus of bureaucracy. (noun)
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Use "colossus" in a sentence
"Three times in one week a visitor showed up at my office early in the morning: an enormous, thick-boned man with sparkling blue eyes — a colossus from the Securitate."
"Hmmm, the dungeon in a colossus is too much like Clash of the Kingslayers, the winner from last year, which docked it a point for me."
"When a big colossus is supposed to look real but looks 3D."