Origin of giant
Related formsgi·ant·like, adjective
Examples from the Web for giants
Once giants walked this earth, and some of them were Democrats.
Rob Marshall lets a sigh of relief erupt so loud it could be heard by giants in the sky.
Scans of many of these have been amassed by Vieira on his Facebook page, Stone Builders, Mound Builders and the Giants of Ancient.
Giants are the cornerstone of the myths, legends, and traditions of almost every culture on Earth.
They pointed to a common claim: that at some point in distant history there was a civilization of giants.
"I think we have heard so much of giants that we begin to believe we see them," he said laughing.The People Of The Mist|H. Rider Haggard
After the giants, came the turn of land and sea monsters, who were almost as formidable as they themselves.Myths of the Rhine|X. B. Saintine
It happened after Noah's flood, that giants would raise up a city, and a tower so high, that its roof should ascend to heaven.
I remember none of the giants of former days; but I have heard Canning.The Young Duke|Benjamin Disraeli
I wish you would come and hear the beautiful stories nurse tells about kings, and queens, and giants.Manners, Vol 3 of 3|Frances Brooke