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Use "gigantesque" in a sentence
"(it sounds even bigger in French: gigantesque!) egg in its loss to Iowa (Iowa!) on Wednesday."
"But if we leave that innuendo aside, if we adopt the sane reflection that "gigantesque" does not exceed "gigantic," or assert as constant failure of greatness, but only indicates that the magnifying process is carried on with a certain indiscriminateness, we shall find none, I think, which so thoroughly well describes him."
"Balzac protested strenuously against the use of the word "gigantesque" in reference to his work; and of course it is susceptible of an unhandsome innuendo."