massive

massive

/ˈmasɪv/ [maa-siv]
adjective
1 Large and heavy or solid.
2 Exceptionally large.
2.1 Very serious.
2.2 informal – Very successful or influential.

Origin
Late Middle English from French massif, -ive, from Old French massis, based on Latin massa (see mass).

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A massive murder of crows gathered in the trees and on the ground outside the movie theater showing a retrospective of Hitchcock films.

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