Humungous - definition of humungous by The Free Dictionary
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hu•mon•gous (hyuˈmʌŋ gəs, -ˈmɒŋ-; often yu-)
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The 32-year-old said: "Now every game is just humungous
John Wildon of Middlesbrough landed 11 and took a 6lb 10oz rainbow on a Black Humungous
will be swimming with the big boys from now on, having made mincemeat of his Polytrack rivals in the novice stakes, thereby justifying his entry in both the Champagne and Royal Lodge Stakes.