Examples of titan in a Sentence
this newest ocean liner is a true titan of the sea
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For nearly 80 years, musical titans from Bing Crosby to The Jackson 5 have grudgingly retold the stupid story of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer in song.
But what sets this titan apart is its emphasis on inclusive design that makes products as accessible to people with disabilities as to those without.
Tip top: Another terrific turnout of community leaders and tech titans crowded into the St. Regis ballroom for the 11th Tipping Point Breakfast Awards.
Jimmy and an all-star group — Wilson, bassist Rufus Reid and pianist Bill Charlap — played songs by Thelonious Monk and Dizzy Gillespie, jazz titans feted this year with centennial celebrations.
The two men work for Go-Jek, a $3 billion Indonesian start-up whose maximalist approach to the ride-hailing business has put rivals like Uber on notice, and gotten the attention of American investors and Chinese internet titans alike.
The message from both titans—you ain’t seen nothing yet—was imperious.
The potential consequences of this extraordinary migration of titan-sized investors into the stock market was poorly studied and poorly understood in the years before Black Monday.
Alongside the movement for compulsory public grade school that trained farmers to be factory workers, a cadre of educators and business titans banded together to redesign higher education to shape an emerging professional-managerial class.
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Origin and Etymology of titan
First Known Use: circa 1741See Words from the same year
Synonymsbehemoth, blockbuster, colossus, dinosaur, dreadnought, elephant, Goliath, jumbo, leviathan, mammoth, mastodon, monster, giant, whale, whopper
Antonymsdiminutive, dwarf, half-pint, midget, mite, peewee, pygmy (also pigmy), runt, shrimp
Related Wordsamazon, giantess; bulk, hulk; heavyweight; juggernaut, steamroller
Near Antonymslightweight, weakling, wimp, wisp; nonentity, twerp, whippersnapper
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