Definition of ginormous
: extremely large : humongous had a ginormous house with a swimming pool and a pool table
Recent Examples of ginormous from the Web
An apparition holding a ginormous grudge haunts my house.
Here are nine more things to know about Erin Hills: The property is ginormous.
The Atlanta rapper proposed to Ka'oir last November, presenting her with a ginormous diamond ring at an Atlanta Hawks basketball game.
There’s no need to wait until Seattle’s next boat show for a glimpse of a ginormous luxury mega-yacht.
After Samsung displaced the Galaxy S8's home button with a ginormous screen, its engineers decided that the fingerprint scanner would now live on the back of the device—
Even the ginormous pieces of art all over the field double as artsy umbrellas.
The Petermann Glacier lost a ginormous chunk of ice in 2010 that was four times the size of Manhattan, and another 46-square-mile piece broke off in 2012.
Still, with this Aristarchus said that the Sun was ginormous (the Sun has the same angular size as the moon as seen from Earth).
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Origin and Etymology of ginormous
gigantic + enormous
First Known Use: 1942See Words from the same year
GINORMOUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ginormous for English Language Learners
: extremely large
GINORMOUS Defined for Kids
Definition of ginormous for Students
: extremely large …in the afternoon we rappelled up some ginormous trees… — R.J. Palacio, Wonder
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