Definition of titanically in English:



  • See titanic

    • ‘In the two stories and one novella, human passions become frighteningly, titanically powerful.’
    • ‘This film is instrumental mainly in that it reminds us of something we've all known for a long time: he is a titanically bad writer.’
    • ‘I doubt if there was a room anywhere in the world that night with more titanically lusted-after people in it.’
    • ‘Tim pointed out that the wine list was titanically overpriced and deeply unimaginative.’
    • ‘Previous romance stories wrapped around tragic historical events have done - uh - titanically well at the box office.’