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Definition of "huge" []

  • Of exceedingly great size, extent, or quantity. See Synonyms at enormous. (adjective)
  • Of exceedingly great scope or nature: the huge influence of the Hellenic world. (adjective)
  • Extremely large in size, amount, or scope (adjective)

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Use "huge" in a sentence
  • "Second, adult giraffes are so huge they are not just tall, they are *huge*, I don’t think they get serious predation except maybe as babies."
  • "She was going to make my name huge in the art world."
  • "The United Nations on Tuesday described what it called "huge suffering" among civilians from air strikes in Southern Kordofan on the border with South Sudan, by northern forces directed from Khartoum."