giantess

noun
gi·​ant·​ess | \ ˈjī-ən-təs How to pronounce giantess (audio) \

Definition of giantess

: a female giant

Examples of giantess in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web In Vidura’s telling, the elephant has six heads and the traveler has been chased into the forest by a giantess, but the rest was familiar: a monster in a pit, rats and bees, the man desperately slurping honey. Hari Kunzru, Harper’s Magazine , 4 Jan. 2022 And despite being married to the Aesir Sigyn, Loki had three children with the giantess Angrboda. Tribune News Service, cleveland, 19 June 2021 Among the ones that have survived, Loki has changed into a fly, an old lady, a salmon, a bridesmaid, a giantess and others. Tribune News Service, cleveland, 19 June 2021 In the comics, a blood transfusion from Banner transforms her into a jolly green giantess, but one with considerably more mental control than Banner’s original Hulk form. Michael Ordoña, Los Angeles Times, 11 June 2021 The giant who Jack killed left behind a giantess, who comes to earth seeking revenge. Adam Kirsch, WSJ, 12 Mar. 2021 The lipstick tube and matchbook, jumbled with a pair of sunglasses and a ring, seem discarded by an appearance-conscious giantess. Morgan Sykes, The Cut, 18 Feb. 2018 The lipstick tube and matchbook, jumbled with a pair of sunglasses and a ring, seem discarded by an appearance-conscious giantess. Morgan Sykes, The Cut, 18 Feb. 2018 Anyone think there’s a giant or giantess on the Supreme Court today? Jed S. Rakoff, Slate Magazine, 5 July 2017 See More

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First Known Use of giantess

14th century, in the meaning defined above

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“Giantess.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/giantess. Accessed 2 Oct. 2022.

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