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Origin of massive
OTHER WORDS FROM massivemas·sive·ly, adverbmas·sive·ness, mas·siv·i·ty, noun
Definition for massive (2 of 2)
Example sentences from the Web for massive
Like the financial sector, the housing industry is massively regulated in all sorts of ways.
Like any massively successful property, the Turtles eventually began influencing its audience in unsuspecting ways.How the ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ Inadvertently Caused an Environmental Crisis|Alex Suskind|August 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Why [are they] targeting, massively and worldwide, this RAT in particular?
Meanwhile, sea level rise will emerge as a huge, inexorable and massively expensive problem.
What is wrong and embarrassing is the President of the United States reciting a massively discredited factoid.
The walls of rough limestone are massively deep, and the altitude cannot now be less than twenty feet.
The first step was to erect fortifications, and, as the enemy attempted no attack, these were made strongly and massively.Our Sailors|W.H.G. Kingston
One of them, a massively built young giant, looked up as the door opened.Trenching at Gallipoli|John Gallishaw
And with the manner of one perfectly acquainted with the house, he ascended a massively balustraded staircase.Ashton-Kirk, Investigator|John T. McIntyre
He had the entire set of Balzac's works in the original, luxuriously and massively bound.
British Dictionary definitions for massive
- (of igneous rocks) having no stratification, cleavage, etc; homogeneous
- (of sedimentary rocks) arranged in thick poorly defined strata