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huge

adjective \ˈhyüj, ˈyüj\

: very large : very great in size, amount, or degree

hug·erhug·est

Full Definition of HUGE

:  very large or extensive: as
a :  of great size or area
b :  great in scale or degree <a huge deficit>
c :  great in scope or character <a dancer of huge talent>
huge·ly adverb
huge·ness noun

Examples of HUGE

  1. Renovating the house is a huge undertaking.
  2. The store is having a huge sale tomorrow.

Origin of HUGE

Middle English, from Old French ahuge
First Known Use: 12th century

Rhymes with HUGE

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