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Spell check of giant

Correct spelling: giant

cavernous, herculean, Himalayan, oceanic, soaring, amazon, monumental, enormous, great, ogre, gamine, sizable, titanic, titan, roomy, grand, lusus naturae, prodigious, cowboy, whale, astronomical, gargantuan, awesome, Dick and Jane, heroic, whopping, spacious, walloping, Dracula, immense, account, success story, king-size, Cupid, super-duper, performer, colossal, supersized, princely, lofty, mammoth, beanpole, acquisition, mountainous, monstrosity, freak, impressive, amphibious, fiend, ample, boy wonder, high-flier, planetary, expansive, base, anchor, arboreal, blue chip, majestic, articulate, gigantesque, hulk, magnificent, beings, behemoth, changeling, capacious, leviathan, goliath, vast, asexual, extensive, copious, caged, cosmic, grandiose, survivor, teras, elf, gigantic, monstrous, mighty, voluminous, Brobdingnagian, mega, Dorian Gray, leader, jumbo, cyclopean, agency, elephantine, tremendous, best-of-breed, top dog, he-man, whopper, superwoman, generous, bumper, cyclops, massive, giant star, whacking, supersize, agent, bulky, baggy, anthropoid, vasty, manikin, monster, colossus, galactic, wide, captive, affiliate, large, big, androgynous, Arthur, super, demon, Arthurian, big business, hotshot, mannikin, comprehensive, brute, aquatic, pharaonic, humongous, the biz, heavyweight, towering, huge, high.

little, pint-size, undersized, micro, miniature, bitty, minute, mini, little bitty, midget, dinky, microminiature, teensy-weensy, infinitesimal, teeny, dwarfish, smallish, tiny, puny, teeny-weeny, Lilliputian, pygmy, minuscule, bantam, pocket, half-pint, wee, small, diminutive, teensy, petite, microscopic.

Examples of usage:

1) I think one could do it with giant- powder. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

2) You can bring the giant- powder along, Tom. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

3) If one could get into the heading by any means, I'd fire every stick of giant- powder in it first. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.