- n someone or something that is abnormally large and powerful
- n a person of exceptional importance and reputation
- When the behemoth, which is entitled Smoke, was put on view last week, a blue-eyed, bearded man, beaming from behind horn-rimmed glasses, said, "Don't you love it?.
- Internet behemoth AOL, which shares a corporate parent with this magazine, open-sourced its instant-messaging service just last week.
- Her feat has more than doubled the company's sales, turning it from a $470 million-a-year enterprise to a $1 billion behemoth.
- Richard Blumenthal in Hartford Courant
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."
- Jim DeRogatis in Irish Times
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,...