Synonyms for Huge:

adj.

all (adjective)
vast, Brobdingnagian, immense.
cosmic (adjective)
grandiose.
extremely large (adjective)
gigantic, magnificent, elephantine, whopping, gargantuan, towering, cyclopean, massive, immense, extensive, tremendous, giant, monstrous, humongous, mighty, titanic, monumental, colossal, mammoth, stupendous, bulky, vast, walloping, monster, great, mountainous, prodigious, jumbo, enormous.
large (adjective)
enormous, big, massive, baggy, elephantine, ample, giant, cavernous, lofty, colossal, extensive, bulky, immense, grandiose, roomy, impressive, sizable, great, awesome, voluminous, expansive, generous, humongous, princely, grand, majestic, tremendous, vast, gigantic, soaring, prodigious, comprehensive, towering, spacious, capacious, mammoth, magnificent, copious, gargantuan, large.
successful (adjective)
high-flying, thriving, distinguished, successful, triumphant, brilliant, leading.

n.

substantial, widely. mighty, titanic, monumental, whopping, Bunyanesque, stupendous, behemoth, Brobdingnagian, cyclopean, monster, jumbo, mountainous, Pythonic, walloping, monstrous, mastodonic, heroic, Massy, herculean, high, Gigantesque. tremendous (noun)
study at enormous.

Other synonyms:

walloping, jumbo, Pythonic, cyclopean, substantial, widely, mastodonic, Bunyanesque, Gigantesque, Massy. mountainous, whopping, titanic, monumental. heroic, stupendous, monstrous, herculean. mighty. monster. tall
high.
Other relevant words:
leading, monumental, distinguished, Massy, mountainous, behemoth, Brobdingnagian, cyclopean, Gigantesque, high, thriving, brilliant, widely, titanic, jumbo, heroic, high-flying, Bunyanesque, successful, substantial, mighty, monster, triumphant, mastodonic, stupendous, monstrous, Pythonic, walloping, whopping, herculean.

Usage examples for huge

  1. It was of white sand, that resembled, at a distance, a huge snow- bank. – A Woman's Life-Work Labors and Experiences by Laura S. Haviland
  2. It was a huge and most wondrous place well named the " House of Gold." – The Virgin of the Sun by H. R. Haggard
  3. I think the reason was that Oxford is such a huge place, that it took me some time to realize how splendid it is. – Godfrey Marten, Undergraduate by Charles Turley