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Word: juggernaut

Definition: irresistible crushing force; overwhelming advancing force that crushes everything in its path


Sentences Containing 'juggernaut'

"Great Expectations" was also the lead in the time slot, with approximately one-fourth more viewers than CBS's juggernaut "", which ranked fourth in weekly viewership with a 7.5 rating.
A juggernaut is an unstoppable antagonist. This may also refer to:
Although the navies blockaded North Korea and launched aircraft to delay the North Korean forces, these efforts alone did not stop the North Korean Army juggernaut on its southern advance.
As a maintenance man, he once built a specialty vehicle called the "Bouncing Boy" which acted as a bouncing juggernaut, smashing anything in its way.
In the 1970s, Lester directed a wide variety of films, including the disaster film "Juggernaut", "Robin and Marian", starring Sean Connery and Audrey Hepburn and the period romance "Cuba", also starring Connery.
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