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Titanesque

[ tahyt-n-esk ]
/ ˌtaɪt nˈɛsk /
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adjective
Titanlike; Titanic.
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Origin of Titanesque

From French, dating back to 1880–85; see origin at Titan, -esque

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How to use Titanesque in a sentence

  • Suddenly Max Graub rose, his bulky form and great height giving him an almost Titanesque appearance in the gloom of the chamber.

    Temporal Power|Marie Corelli

British Dictionary definitions for Titanesque

Titanesque
/ (ˌtaɪtəˈnɛsk) /

adjective
resembling a Titan; gigantic
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