adjective (huger, hugest)
- Extremely large; enormous: a huge area he made a huge difference to the teamMore example sentences
enormous, vast, immense, very large, very big, great, massive, cosmic, colossal, prodigious, gigantic, gargantuan, mammoth, monumental, tremendous, stupendous; giant, towering, hefty, bulky, weighty, heavy, gross, monstrous, elephantine, mountainous, titanic; epic, Herculean, Brobdingnagian; princely, generous, handsome• informal jumbo, mega, monster, whopping, whopping great, thumping, thumping great, humongous, hulking, bumper, almighty, astronomical, astronomic
- From our point of view we are not going to see a huge difference, if anything at all.
- We had two awesome pit stops by the crew that really made a huge difference to our results.
- One class was doing it and one not and the difference in the class that did it was huge.
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- A high profile function is directly proportionate to the hugeness of the lamp in this part of the State.
- Brian wanted each note to sound ‘as if it was disappearing into the hugeness of the universe’, and - staggeringly enough - that's exactly how it feels.
- The view of the unbroken forest canopy stretching away to the horizon defies description; it is a vision of a world untroubled by time, a revelation of the hugeness and wholeness of nature.
Middle English: shortening of Old French ahuge, of unknown origin.