A person of great size or stature and of voracious physical or intellectual appetites.(noun)
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Use "gargantua" in a sentence
"Tartikoff didn't apologize for his failures, because he appreciated that network TV was a many-faced gargantua, spewing out equal parts sublime and ridiculous."
"I stayed until that female gargantua threw me into the transporter beams."
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