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pridev

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egregious
/ ɪɡriːdʒəs /

pridev

ETYM Latin egregius; lit., separated or chosen from the herd, i.e., distinguished, excellent; e out + grex, gregis, herd. Related to Gregarious.
Extraordinarily bad; Outstanding; infamous.

enormous
/ ənɔːrməs /

pridev

Sinonimi:
tremendous

ETYM Latin enormis enormous, out of rule; e out + norma rule: cf. French énorme. Related to Normal.
Extraordinarily large in size or extent or amount or power or degree; SYN. tremendous.

huge
/ hjuːdʒ /

pridev

Sinonimi:
immense · vast

Unusually great in size or amount or degree or especially extent or scope; SYN. immense, vast.

immense
/ ɪmens /

pridev

ETYM Latin immensus; pref. im- not + mensus, p. p. of metiri to measure: cf. French immense. Related to Measure.
Immeasurable; unlimited. In commonest use: Very great; vast; huge.

monstrous
/ mɑːnstrəs /

pridev

ETYM Old Eng. monstruous, French monstrueux, from Latin monstruosus, from monstrum. Related to Monster.
Abnormally large.

tremendous
/ trəmendəs /

pridev

ETYM Latin tremendus that is to be trembled at, fearful, from tremere to tremble. Related to Tremble.
Astonishing because of its magnitude, force, or violence.

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prilog

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egregiously
/ ɪɡriːdʒəsli /

prilog

Rudely, flagrantly

enormously
/ ənɔːrməsli /

prilog

Sinonimi:
tremendously · hugely · staggeringly

Extremely; SYN. tremendously, hugely, staggeringly.

hugely
/ hjuːdʒli /

prilog

Largely, greatly, massively

immensely
/ ɪmensli /

prilog

In immense manner or degree; hugely.

infinitely
/ ɪnfənətli /

prilog

Sinonimi:
endlessly

Continuing forever without end; SYN. endlessly.

monstrously
/ mɒnstrəsli /

prilog

In a monstrous manner; unnaturally; extraordinarily.

tremendously
/ trəmendəsli /

prilog

In a tremendous manner, with greatness

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imenica

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monster
/ mɑːnstər /

imenica

Sinonimi:
fiend · devil · demon · ogre

ETYM Old Eng. monstre, French monstre, from Latin monstrum, orig., a divine omen, indicating misfortune; akin of monstrare to show, point out, indicate, and monere to warn. Related to Monition, Demonstrate, Muster.
1. An imaginary creature usually having various human and animal parts.
2. A cruel wicked and inhuman person; SYN. fiend, devil, demon, ogre.
3. (Medicine) A grossly malformed and usually nonviable fetus.

monsters
/ mɑːnstərz /

imenica

monstrosities
/ mɒnstrɒsɪtɪz /

imenica

ogre
/ oʊɡə(r) /

imenica

ETYM French, from Spanish ogro, from Latin Orcus the god of the infernal regions; also, the lower world, hell.
(Folklore) A giant who likes to eat human beings.

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