Leviathan


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Leviathanlə-VI-ə-thənPart of speech: nounOrigin: Latin, late 14th century
1A thing that is very large or powerful, especially a ship.2A very large aquatic creature, especially a whale.
 
Examples of Leviathan in a sentence “The blue whale is one of the largest leviathans in the sea.” “The cruise ship was a towering leviathan of the seas.”