“You see how the war affects every single character, and in the hugest way possible,” added Dan Stevens.
So they sent a messenger to the giantess Hyrrockin, the hugest of all the Frost People.
From there a door led into the hugest kitchen Heidi had ever seen.
We see war for what it has ever been—the curse of man, the hugest hinderance to our civilization.
But to our strength, even the hugest of the rocks was movable.
The Pharaohs of the fourth dynasty were the builders of the hugest of the pyramids.
Roger, the elder, had one of the hugest kitchens and shops in Kisington.
It is probably the hugest disclosure of falsity in human things that was ever at one time made.
And quite as thick were those on the stairs, secured with the hugest of brass rods.
hugest betraished many menne, and of Collo was he betraied'; ed.
mid-12c., apparently a shortening of Old French ahuge, ahoge "extremely large, enormous; mighty, powerful," itself of uncertain origin. Expanded form hugeous is attested from early 15c. Related: Hugeness.