Appeals to Latinos paid off massively, even though it may have cost the president some white votes.
The only reason FEMA is "controversial" is that it massively effed up one big thing, Katrina.
One of the more familiar forces is MOOCs, or massively open online courses.
It operates as a massively parallel computer, yet it uses just a tiny bit of energy.
But not everyone does: Courtship is a massively multiplayer game whose rules shake down differently for each player.
At the head of the Judges' table sits an old Judge—a tall and massively built man, with a broad, rough-hewn visage.
He could see her cheek, the cheek that ran too massively into her neck.
The octagon with its narrow windows rests on a plain, square base that is massively buttressed.
To her eyes the tree stood as massively firm as she had ever seen it.
Loss of all communications can have a massively destructive impact even though physical destruction can be relatively limited.
c.1400, from Middle French massif "bulky, solid," from Old French masse "lump" (see mass (n.1)). Related: Massively; massiveness. U.S. Cold War strategy of massive retaliation was introduced by J.F. Dulles in early 1954.
massive mas·sive (mās'ĭv)
Large in comparison with the usual amount.
Affecting a large area of bodily tissue; widespread and severe.