Colossus (noun)

  1. A statue of colossal size and grandeur.
  2. A powerful and imposing person or entity.
  3. Something of great size and power.

Origin:

Late 16th century: from latin, from greek kolossos "statue, colossus".

Examples:

  1. The ancient colossus was one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
  2. The businessman was known as a colossus in the industry.
  3. The colossus of the financial world controlled a large portion of the market.
  4. The colossus of the ancient world was renowned for its size and grandeur.
  5. The skyscraper was a colossus, towering over the city skyline.
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