titan

Part of speech: adjective

Titanic.

Part of speech: noun

Gr. Myth. One of a number of divinities of gigantic strength, in conflict with and subdued by the gods of Olympus.

Part of speech: noun

By extension, one having gigantic strength.

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Usage examples "titan":

  1. We've examined every abandoned mine on that side of Titan. - "The Legion of Lazarus", Edmond Hamilton.
  2. The titan closed a switch. - "Raiders of the Universes", Donald Wandrei.
  3. This is proved by our Donatello, who was a Titan in the art, and afterwards by the stupendous Michelangelo, who worked in both ways. - "The Life of Michelangelo Buonarroti", John Addington Symonds.