colossi colossi


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


  1. At the end, all the stories are resolved la hippy, as our four femmes go nab a dingo by drinking tampon colossi.
  2. On Easter Island, outrigger of the fleets of archipelagoes that ride the Pacific Ocean, a long file of stone colossi rear cold, immortal faces.


  • PlayStation Plus: Shadow of the Colossus Free for Members

    Those poor, poor Colossi. All they want is be left alone to wander majestically, but if you want to save your lady friend, you’re gonna have to bring them down. I know. Take a minute to prepare your mental state, and then make sure your hard drive is ready for this awesome game when it becomes free for PlayStation Plus members tomorrow.
    on October 7, 2013     Source: PlayStation Blog


  1. "Train passengers will now be able to admire the huge colossi of Luxor Temple as they step out of the station," Hosni told the Weekly.
    on Jan 18, 2007 By: Hosni Mubarak Source: Al-Ahram Weekly

  2. "Inzamam-ul-Haq is a colossus and empires quake when colossi fall, something the International Cricket Council should consider after leveling two sets of charges at the Pakistan cricket captain following Sunday's abandonment of the fourth Test at...
    on Aug 22, 2006 By: Derek Pringle Source: Indiatimes

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subordinate subordinate
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