Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state, quality, or character of being a giant: used in the extract as a descriptive title.
- n. The state, personality, or character of a giant.
- n. A compellation for a giant.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The state, personality, or character, of a giant; -- a compellation for a giant.
- giant + -ship (Wiktionary)
“To-night Mr.W. will have a much larger tent (forty feet) over his giantship, so that hereafter many more can be accommodated at a time -- whether they can see better we are not sure.”
“Gulliver, pre-eminent in moral giantship, amidst surrounding pigmies, who”
“We are sometimes instructed that English Purcell (whose glorious memory our musicians mean to honor in a few months), that German Bach ought to be considerably touched up to suit the altered requirements of the day, and that the rich hues of romantic Weber -- nay, even of his giantship the great Beethoven himself -- are fading visibly and rapidly.”
“The camels of the giant left to-day for Ghat, his giantship himself waits to be conducteur of our caravan.”
“His giantship swore by all the powers terrestrial and celestial, that he would escort me from”
“Whereupon, as if needing nothing more to tell him who had been the prime mover in the day's outrage, and the base motive that had led to its perpetration, he turned abruptly upon Black Thunder, where sullen and lowering, his giantship stood with folded arms apart from the rest, and flung at him a rebuke so withering in its scorn, so burning in its generous indignation, that the big barbarian quailed from before it, daunted and abashed.”
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