leviathan

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leviathan

noun
le·​vi·​a·​than | \ li-ˈvī-ə-thən \
1a often capitalized : a sea monster defeated by Yahweh in various scriptural accounts
1b a large sea animal
2 capitalized : the political state especially : a totalitarian state having a vast bureaucracy
3 : something large or formidable

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As a sumo wrestler, they called him a formidable giant. When he went swimming, they called him a leviathan.

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