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Massive, adjective: Large and heavy or solid; exceptionally large; very intense or severe.
Ruin, noun: Decay, disrepair, dilapidation, ruination; destruction, demolition, remnants, fragments, relics; rubble, debris, wreckage; verb: Wreck, destroy, spoil, mar, blight, shatter, dash, torpedo, scotch, mess up; sabotage, screw up, foul up, devastate, lay waste, ravage; raze, demolish, wreck, wipe out, flatten.
Strain, verb: [with object] force (a part of one's body or oneself) to make a strenuous or unusually great effort; injure (a limb, muscle, or organ) by overexerting it or twisting it awkwardly; [no object] pull or push forcibly at something; [with object] pour (a mainly liquid substance) through a porous or perforated device or material in order to separate out any solid matter; noun: a force tending to pull or stretch something to an extreme or damaging degree; a severe or excessive demand on the strength, resources, or abilities of someone or something.