Examples of titan in a Sentence
this newest ocean liner is a true titan of the sea
Recent Examples of titan from the Web
These days their homes are just as prized as when studio chiefs and business titans vied for their attention.
The match was a battle of titans as the Lions are No. 4 in the latest Division III Power Rankings while Cabrini is No. 2 in Division II.
Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein is the latest in a string of Wall Street titans to weigh in on Bitcoin, a cryptocurrency that’s getting increasing attention in the mainstream business world.
He was recruited for basketball by Ivy League schools and also by another academic titan, Stanford.
Washington is the 17th person charged in the case, which surfaced almost exactly a year ago and triggered the demise of garbage empire Rizzo Environmental Services, landing its founders in federal court along with millionaire towing titan Fiore.
The once-rustic little barrier-island town was originally conceived by railroad baron and real-estate titan Henry Flagler in the late 19th century.
Many of country's business titans oppose Trump on DACA.
At the same time, Mr. Weinstein isn’t the first titan of industry to fall.
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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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