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Definition of Monumentally

Monumentally
Monumentally Mon`u*men"tal*ly, adv. 1. By way of memorial. 2. By means of monuments.

Meaning of Monumentally from wikipedia

- however has characterised the Narnia series as "blatantly racist", "monumentally disparaging of women", "immoral", and "evil". The trilogy has also been...
- inconsiderable lot and seemingly unfazed by the madly intrusive nature of her monumentally ridiculous fame". The third, The Real Beckhams, aired on 24 December...
- in a relationship. He states that he feels like he has "contributed monumentally to the success of the **** movement in America, and if anyone wants to...
- Kubrick. The special effects are mindblowing." Pauline Kael called it "a monumentally unimaginative movie", and Stanley Kauffmann of The New Republic called...
- Fifth Avenue". The New York Times. Schwartz, John (December 6, 2010). "Monumentally Mystifying: Power of Secrets Inspires Public Art". New York Times. Pamela...
- rose to the top of the ratings in the early 1980s in part thanks to the monumentally po****r "supercouple" Luke and Laura, whose 1981 wedding brought in 30...
- an old video game from the 1980s that was never released because of monumentally bad advance reviews. Joan tells Sherlock about Alfredo, so Sherlock pays...
- on PC. Eurogamer gave the Xbox 360 version a 6/10, stating that "it's monumentally frustrating, but also bafflingly addictive as you continually try to...
- (Kurt Russell) is a devious car salesman working for an affable but monumentally unsuccessful used car dealer Luke Fuchs (Jack Warden). Luke's prin****l...
- competition in the presidential election which pitted him against the monumentally po****r Hindenburg. In the first round on 13 March, Hitler had polled...
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