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colossal (adjective), more colossal, most colossal
1. Extremely great or large; or so great in size or force to such an extent as to result in serious challenges or situations: The colossal force of last night's thunderstorm knocked out the electrical power system in Ava's area for over an hour.

During the very strong wind storm, a colossal oak tree fell over during the night and destroyed a large section of a big office building.

2. Beyond belief or understanding: Those talk-show hosts obviously have colossal egos which they often present when they start their rantings and ravings.
Enormous in size or extent or degree.
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Incredible or astonishing mistake.
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Enormous in size, degree, or extent; gigantic or tremendous; astonishing or incredible. (2)