One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Exceptionally big; huge.‘you don't need a mahoosive bag for a night out’‘the screen is mahoosive’
- ‘That is an mahoosive insult to her.’
- ‘Don't think I've quite done justice to how mahoosive this ITV studio is.’
- ‘She still had on mahoosive skyscraper heels.’
- ‘Stekelenburg hooves a mahoosive goal kick that bounces for the first time on the edge of the Dutch penalty area.’
- ‘She splashed out $12 million on this mahoosive house in the trendy Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles.’
- ‘It seems people love their mahoosive mobiles, and screen sizes have rocketed.’
- ‘She has sent us her short documentary on the mahoosive 24,000-square-foot fully solar-powered LED-panel wall.’
- ‘I'm off for a couple of days to another mahoosive IT services provider site.’
- ‘I got to thinking about the mahoosive amount of storage space that all those drives represent.’
- ‘There is a block of titanium placed into a mahoosive machine.’
1990s: probably a blend of massive and a phonetic respelling of the first letters of huge.
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