"We were monumentally relevant to the world of wine," states Kluge.
"monumentally bad timing" was the reaction of one former Bush aide who learned of the book release date.
Yet as has been true to date, the costs are monumentally high and the risks are well understood.
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.