Monstrous

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Exaggeration UsagePlay
Use 'monstrous' to emphasize size, often more figurative than literal, suggesting something is excessive or overwhelming. SlideShe had a monstrous amount of homework.
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Negative ConnotationPlay
'Monstrous' often implies a negative quality, something undesirable or frightening, rather than just large. SlideA monstrous building blocked our view.
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Use it to stress the impact or effect of something large, especially in a negative context. SlideHe faced a monstrous debt after college.