megalith megalith

Definition(s):

  • (n) memorial consisting of a very large stone forming part of a prehistoric structure (especially in western Europe)

Usage(s):

  1. May 25th marks the 31st anniversary of the movie megalith Star Wars.
  2. His new hope is that more independent mini-Hyundais will be as competitive in the 21st century as his own megalith is today.
  3. But America's foreign and national security policy megalith is still structured to handle superpower threats like the Soviet Union.

News

  • VidZone Update: The Biggest Artists Choose their Favorite Music Videos

    Artists like music videos too, and VidZone features VIP Playlists from some of the biggest artists right now, including Robin Thicke, A$AP Rocky, Ferg, and EDM megalith, David Guetta. In other (equally amazing) news, we also have a brand new Zone for y’all: the Country Zone. From new to old, classic to modern, this Zone will keep you lassoed in for hours and hours of great country music. So ...
    on August 29, 2013     Source: PlayStation Blog

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Quotes

  • "Look at that megalith; it's got to weigh 40 tons," Osmanagic said eagerly, pointing to one of the roughly rectangular-shaped stones. "After so many thousands of years, it is amazing that they are still here."
    on May 15, 2006 By: Semir Osmanagić Source: International Herald Tribune

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