American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- MountMassive A peak, 4,398.4 m (14,421 ft) high, in the Sawatch Range of the Rocky Mountains in central Colorado.
“He points to some news sites following what he calls the Massive Image Overload strategy.”
“A possible explanation would be that Phillip Broyles is actually in Massive Dynamic's pocket (all those secret meetings with Robo-Arm McGraw point to this ...) and that Massive Dynamic owns or helps fund the Dharma Initiative.”
“Massive let downs; Massive game; Massive overuse of the word Massive!”
“The 24th Minute: Massive let downs; Massive game; Massive overuse of the word Massive!”
“* The entire area of the Guerdenazza Massive is estimated at about twenty-two square miles, and its level at something over 9000 feet above the level of the sea.”
“This Monte Boé, the southernmost bastion of the huge Sella Massive, is also known as the Monte Pordoi.”
“(Mushroom) began to release records using the name Massive Attack.”
“Bridget took three photographs on the Purgatory balcony and introduced Declan to Jeremy Larkin, the presenter of a new television programme called The Massive, which screened on Sunday mornings on a relatively unknown cable channel called IVN.”
“Right now, I’m a “Everything in Massive Piles that stack up until they teeter over and fall on the floor and annoy my husband and then get eaten by the dog which means so much for that write-off” kind of writer, which is pretty awful.”
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