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  • When Vinsint stomped back, clutching an intricately carved ivory tube in his enor - mous hand, he cleared the dishes from the table with one swipe of his large hand.


  • As the water poured off the end of the flume, enor - mous clouds of steam jetted skyward and blanketed Tor - nado Alley.


  • She was very close now, radiating heat and tension, eyes slitted over enor - mous pupils and a tendon in her neck tense as a bowstring.

    Wonder Woman and the Lasso of Truth

  • Then I must be shown his artillery park below Selassie, and especially his mighty mortar, Sevastopol, an enor mous lump of metal weighing seventy tons and mounted on a wagon with drag-chains which it took five hundred men to pull, he told me proudly.

    Flashman on the March

  • Hewett said he had been charged by a Lion of enor:

    Sporting Sketches

  • The Factor broke the charity story because it was enor - mously important.

    Who's Looking Out for You

  • A moment later, an enor - mous green eye stared up at the pair.

    Flint, the King

  • The ceiling slid underneath the floor, the dishes on the shelves melted and trickled down the walls, the walls merged with the floor and the ceiling, and all began to roll into themselves, forming an enor - mous spiral.

    Dragons of a Fallen Sun

  • He paced restively about his enor - mous cave high in the Vingaard mountains, watched the light - ning warriors strike viciously at the ramparts of the High Clerist's Tower, and he thought he heard a voice in the wind, a voice that sang of death.

    Dragons of a Fallen Sun

  • Ahead of them, dwarfing the visitors, turning them into creatures that seemed no bigger than ants, was the chamber's only furnishing: an enor - mous green glass throne.

    Wizard and Glass


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