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massive

 

Use the word "massive" to describe something that is really big.

  • A massive fire destroyed thousands of acres in the forest.
  • Massive flooding in Colorado is forcing residents to flee.
  • There was a massive fire in New Jersey yesterday that destroyed several blocks of businesses.
  • A massive flow of refugees from Syria is causing problems for neighboring countries.
  • The destruction of the World Trade Center was followed by a massive reconstruction project.
  • An outdoor party generated a massive amount of waste.
  • Cindy used her credit cards too often and now she has a massive amount of debt that she can't pay back.
  • One of my students claimed to have a massive headache and was unable to come to class.

fire A massive fire in California has destroyed tens of thousands of acres.

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