Self-driving cars represent a massive one--one that I'm not sure companies will take on.
Now in his third term, he was reelected with 90 percent of the vote in what critics charge was massive vote fraud.
In fact, massive overspending for the Games could lead to a noticeable increase in taxes next year.
But on Monday a massive bomb hit a bus terminal on the outskirts of the capital Abuja, killing at least 71 people.
Instead, he chafed underneath the corporate umbrella of LVMH, the massive luxury conglomerate that owned the label.
Its buildings extend over both sides of the Brenta, being united by a massive stone bridge, built in 1498.
He was altogether splendid, massive, overpowering, and impracticable.
On the south side rose a massive belfry, with pinnacles at the angles.
There was no sympathetic relation between his tail and his massive jaws.
It is a round, massive structure that stands on the Appian Way and is about two thousand years old.
c.1400, from Middle French massif "bulky, solid," from Old French masse "lump" (see mass (n.1)). Related: Massively; massiveness. U.S. Cold War strategy of massive retaliation was introduced by J.F. Dulles in early 1954.
massive mas·sive (mās'ĭv)
Large in comparison with the usual amount.
Affecting a large area of bodily tissue; widespread and severe.