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Definitions for humongous
hyuˈmʌŋ gəs, -ˈmɒŋ-; often yu-hu·mon·gous

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  1. humongous, banging, thumping, whopping, wallopingadjective

    (used informally) very large

    "a thumping loss"


  1. humongousadjective

    Of an extremely large size.

  2. Etymology: From huge + monstrous


  1. Humongous

    Humongous means enormous, of monstruous big size.


  1. humongous

    Humongous refers to something that is extraordinarily large or extensive, exceptionally big in size, amount, or degree. It often implies something that is beyond normal or average size expectations.


  1. Humongous

    Humongous is a 1982 horror film, starring Janet Julian and David Wallace. The movie is directed by Paul Lynch. There are two versions of the film. The American version is rated R, and omits some violent scenes. The Canadian version is unrated and contains all of the footage removed from the US version.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of humongous in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of humongous in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of humongous in a Sentence

  1. Lakshheish M Patel:

    Mark this golden words that stock market will not rise up as many fools have invested their money seeing 50% fall. But those fools do not understand that Stock market operators albeit companies have this data and therefore they will make prices further fall may be over 50% more. They do not care even if whole people become pauper and come on street and even if stock market goes to dump with humongous unemployment all over

  2. Lydia Ko:

    You hit in on to the green and you have this humongous break, it's tough in every aspect ... it does feel like a major.

  3. Prashant Agarwal:

    To achieve big things in life, you don’t need to make huge sacrifices. What matters the most is your intention to make it big. When your intentions are strong, and you really truly intend to soar up and reach the sky, the universe opens its doors to you. With a powerful purpose in life, and a clear objective in sight, work towards your goal, and you are sure to achieve humongous success.

  4. Arthur Barr:

    I voted for Obama, I made donations, I had phone banks, I set up at condominiums and (sent) thousands of emails, by the third year, I realized I made a humongous mistake.

  5. Patricia Arquette:

    I mean I haven't spoken to her but I feel that she's sincerely truly sorry and feels she made a humongous mistake and I think she dealt with it the best way that you can deal with it, but I know that she's probably carrying a lot of shame and guilt and all of that stuff so that's all I could really do is just leave her a message and say you know I think you've handled this the best you could and I know that you feel terrible about this and you know I'm thinking about you.

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