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_____ is defined as huge or very great in size Question 32 options: a) Colossal b) Despair c) Mock d) Pedestal
COLOSSAL is defined as huge or very great in size.
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COLOSSAL is defined as huge or very great in size.
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The answer is colossal (a)

Despair means the feeling of the absence of hope.

Mock means the action to laugh or tease.

Pedestal means the object that supports and rises and object.

Colossal means the description of something extremely large.

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