1. involving or intended for a very large number of people
Our ancestors developed massive jaws as a result of constant combat.
Massive amounts of carbon dioxide are generated every day.
I saw massive tank.
In a fight against speculators who are dumping the U.S. currency, central banks of major countries have carried out massive concerted interventions in the market.
This inefficiency is a result of the animal's large body and massive legs and feet, which contribute a sideways motion to its walk.
An earthquake, 8.9 on the Richter scale, hits Japan and causes a massive tsunami.
A massive earthquake of magnitude 8.8 hit the Japanese islands today.
On one hillside we see massive; luxurious houses and on the next hill; slums.
- Their house has 4 floors. - Wow, it is massive.
My neighbour has a massive dog ‐ I think it's a Saint Bernard.
Female turtles lay a massive number of eggs, but not many survive.
The library's building is so massive that many people have trouble finding their way around.
Two people can’t lift this table; it’s massive!
Part of why corn syrup is in everything is because massive corn monocultures have created a surplus that agriculture companies are scrambling to get rid of.
English word "mass"(massive) occurs in sets:world building