behemoth behemoth  /bə ˈhi məθ/


  1. (n) someone or something that is abnormally large and powerful
  2. (n) a person of exceptional importance and reputation


  1. Her feat has more than doubled the company's sales, turning it from a $470 million-a-year enterprise to a $1 billion behemoth.
  2. Europe's first major cross-border hostile takeover will create a global telecommunications behemoth.
  3. If you forget yourself in the excitement and shake the bucket too soon, you'll be flattened by two hairy tons of behemoth.


  1. 2 men embark on "Ultimate Brewfest" across Montana

    GREAT FALLS - Toby Shannon and JJ Olson of Helena are on the last leg of a behemoth of a beer run across the state of Montana.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: KXLF Butte

  2. Google's ambitious Internet balloons soar above New Zealand

    Web behemoth's experimental project could conceivably bridge digital gap for unwired parts of the world
    on June 15, 2013     Source: CBS News

  3. Flying Behemoth: Airbus A350 Takes on Dreamliner

    June 14 (Bloomberg) -- The Airbus A350 took its maiden flight in France. Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker takes a closer look at the obstacles Airbus has faced to get this flying behemoth into the sky.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Bloomberg

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  1. "Every generation, they are all obsessed with the idea of how to maintain a Canadian empire in the face of America, this behemoth right next door," Ignatieff said.
    on Feb 1, 2009 By: Michael Ignatieff Source: Toronto Star

  2. "The current organization consistently fails many of Connecticut's children," Blumenthal told members of the Human Services and Children's committees. "It is a sprawling, massive, mammoth behemoth."
    on Oct 20, 2008 By: Richard Blumenthal Source: Hartford Courant

  3. Blogger Jim DeRogatis wrote of Ticketmaster's merger with Live Nation: "The recurring prediction about the recently merged concert-industry behemoth Ticketmaster-Live Nation has been that recent lay-offs, rivers of red ink on the profit statements,...
    on Jun 25, 2010 By: Jim DeRogatis Source: Irish Times

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