Examples from the Web for colossally
So even by the measure of hopefulness, the Norwegians have been colossally wrong.
They are not only colossally vast, but they are singularly noble, as well as so admirably convenient.Roman Holidays and Others|W. D. Howells
They are the work of a man with time on his hands; one does not build so colossally for to-morrow.The Expositor's Bible|George Adam Smith
Colossally rich, he was interested in all the great industrial enterprises, and a shareholder in most of the mining operations.The Gold-Seekers|Gustave Aimard
British Dictionary definitions for colossally
Word Origin and History for colossally
1712 (colossic in the same sense is recorded from c.1600), from French colossal, from colosse, from Latin colossus, from Greek kolossos (see colossus).