Simply put, how did the Allies pull off something so monumental?
You may be wondering what work of monumental consequence is contained within these gilded pages.
A monumental political bombshell, his obscene downfall was a cinematic gimme, sure to set screenwriter hearts aflutter.
It demands with monumental courage, a high tolerance for pain, and at least a touch of insanity.
But you knew she was there, which, crazy as it sounds, is monumental for a new hire.
The completion of this map was a monumental accomplishment, and must form the basis for all similar work.
However, at one turn of the road they passed a monumental fountain.
Again, this Barzillai of the nineteenth century shows us a more sensible way of monumental and epitaphal commemoration.
He came at a gait in which every movement displayed a vast, monumental strength.
Yet no tampering with details can spoil the monumental nobility of this great conception.
c.1600, "pertaining to a monument," from Late Latin monumentalis "pertaining to a monument," from monumentum (see monument). From 1650s in the loose sense of "vast, stupendous." Related: Monumentally.