Cyclopean [sahy-kluh-pee-uh n, sahy-klop-ee-uh n]adjective
1. of or characteristic of the Cyclops.
2. (sometimes lowercase)
3. (usually lowercase) Architecture, Building Trades.
formed with or containing large, undressed stones fitted closely together without the use of mortar: a cyclopean wall.Related Words
behemoth, Bunyanesque, colossal, elephantine, enormous, gargantuan, gigantic, great, Herculean, huge, hulking, humongous, immense, jumbo, large, mammoth, massive, monster, monstrous, monumentalSee more synonyms on Thesaurus.comOrigin:
1635–45; < Latin Cyclōpē(us) (< Greek Kyklṓpeios, equivalent to Kýklōp(s) Cyclops + -eios -eous) + -an
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