Definition of brontosaurian in English:

brontosaurian

adjective

  • See brontosaur

    • ‘Do they want to think in elephantine or brontosaurian terms?’
    • ‘The brontosaurian length of American election campaigns is not a tribute to our collective fascination with politics.’
    • ‘You're lost already - and we haven't even mentioned the other main character, Don Gately, recovering drug addict and AA halfway-house staffer, whose brontosaurian placidity it's best not to roil.’
    • ‘It's the tri-headed beast called Pearls and Brass, with their brontosaurian stomp and stone-hipped shuffle.’
    • ‘Too bad he couldn't get to the producers before they laid this cinematic egg of truly brontosaurian proportions.’