Huge in a sentence

Definition of Huge

Very large. | (slang) Distinctly interesting, significant, important, likeable, well regarded.

Short Example Sentence for Huge

  • 1. They built a huge fire under the trees and danced their war dance.
  • 2. He drew a huge knife, his eyes gleaming with hate and cruelty.
  • 3. He went in, and saw his wife sitting on a huge throne made of solid gold.
  • 4. Before them stood a huge chart, wonderfully executed in red, white and yellow.
  • 5. In those days the Mount of Cornwall was kept by a huge giant named Cormoran.
  • 6. Smith bit off a huge chew of tobacco, while he digested MacRae's warning.

How to use Huge in a Sentence?

  • 1. An orderly succession of huge smooth seas was rolling down upon the coral shore.
  • 2. I found myself in the midst of a huge typically lower-class and lower middle-class multitude.
  • 3. A huge mass of private thinking during the interval had been added to our effect upon one another.
  • 4. In the middle of the long table stood a huge bowl of stew made of different kinds of game.
  • 5. When he reached the top, there stood a huge giant, gazing down into the valley below.
  • 6. Tigers ran through the tall grass, and huge elephants pushed their way among the trees and bushes.
  • 7. From hence, between the dense volumes of smoke, the huge cavity is visible to a depth of 600 feet.
  • 8. The rest of the guests were by this time sound asleep; for your Mynheers are huge sleepers.
  • 9. I go with a huge desire to get money; and I am told it is the same with all new governors.
  • 10. At length a huge monstrous lion leaped out from the place where he had been kept hungry for the show.
  • 11. They were left with a majority in both houses, but the huge preponderance obtained in 1912 had disappeared.
  • 12. The next instant a huge body of sulphurous smoke leaped high into the air from one of the pit-mouths.
  • 13. Harry saw he was a sinister looking fellow, and that he wore a belt which held in place a huge revolver.
  • 14. The cloud-mussed sky turned to a vague copper colour, and seemed to glow as the inside of a huge heated caldron.
  • 15. Frank had now turned upon the dog, and hurled one huge stone at him; it passed near, but did not touch him.
  • 16. It was an enormous loggerhead, and, with its huge head and powerful flippers, presented a decidedly aggressive appearance.
  • 17. This we soon accomplished, and on our arrival home, we found huge pieces of moose and bear roasting before a blazing fire.
  • 18. He cut off a huge slice, and spread the jam on quite half an inch thick; then he suddenly remembered his work.
  • 19. He implored Agnes to save him, and this she did by secreting him in a hidden closet behind the huge chimney.
  • 20. In common with nearly every animal, this huge despot of the North is strongly attached to its young.
  • 21. There was a huge dark clothes-press of antique form, gorgeous in brass and lustrous with wax, that began to grow oppressive to me.
  • 22. We noticed on the sandy beach tracks of the wolf, the panther, the moose, and in one place the huge track of a bear.
  • 23. The huge Frenchman, walking up and down the room with his stumps in the pockets of his jacket, stopped short in surprise.
  • 24. It is a crouching lion, and as its branches wave in the gentle breeze, he seems preparing for his leap; and yonder boulder is a huge elephant!
  • 25. I ate a huge breakfast the moment I was out of bed, and ran to a lunch later, which my messmate scorned.
  • 26. As he struck there was a hoarse growl, a huge form shot through the air, and the teeth of Bruno were buried in his throat.
  • 27. In many places are huge masses of rock on which nothing grows, so this range has been called the Rocky Mountains.
  • 28. By mid-afternoon, in a huge sea, with the wind after its last shift no more than a stiff breeze, the Tongan bosun sighted a schooner bottom up.
  • 29. As to arms, none were visible, but stowed away beneath his rough jacket was a huge navy revolver, and Harry was an adept in the use of it.
  • 30. While busy with this pious task, Davidson, glancing about, perceived a huge heap of white clothes huddled up against the corner-post of the house.
  • 31. Between three and four in the morning the weather cleared, and the two adventurers were seen at a considerable distance from the ship attacking a huge bear.
  • 32. It was already late in the afternoon when the hunters sat them down to a simple but tasty repast spread upon a huge and level grass-plot in the midst of the wood.
  • 33. He shrinks from putting his name on his front door, though by this time he must be used to its staring at him in huge letters from posters and playbills all over the world.
  • 34. Suddenly the door opened, and a huge chest was thrust into the room, followed by the radiant stepdaughter, in a dress that dazzled them with its beauty.