- adj. slang Alternative form of humongous.
“A humongoid sniper rifle that can send a .50-cal bullet into a target with accuracy from a mile away.”
“For those who wish, with humongoid wood-backed asterisk structures and plain, easy to read footnotes, to understand the intricacies of the architecture and space around them.”
“The intro has the story of the old SF mag editor being investigated because they thought they knew too much about the atomic bomb because of stories, and there is a humongoid amount of reviews at the end, one of the lengthier being Altered Carbon, and mentions of non-fiction by Sterling, and a book of letters from Lovecraft to Wadrei which sounds somewhat interesting.”
“After dinner with the in-laws who had generously and heroically driven us around the city all day, Laura and I headed north to arrive in time for dessert with at Ysabeau Wilce's fabulous and humongoid apartment, where we also crossed paths with Paul Witcover of theinferior4 fame.”
“This sounds pretty funny en pixel, and I'm sure it'd be even more if you stumbled on it at a humongoid ravefest with e'd out dancing bodies as far as they eye can see.”
“Abramoff was not about everyday vote bying, it was about gigantic humongoid everfowing deeper than the ocean sea slush fund for GOP.”
“That revision to value homes at pre-Katrina levels is humongoid.”
“Her main venue is Club 828, which she digs for its three "humongoid screens.”
“Last year at a NECSC Thanksgiving I was reduced to tears when I discovered that the humongoid turkey was still not thoroughly cooked by dinnertime.”
“Jessica Simpson is primarily known for three things 1) That reality TV show which made everyone think her marriage was a sham, 2) her humongoid boobs and 3) the way her skin is unusually orange.”
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