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This is from my child’s workbook(3rd grade in the U.S)
____ fire destroyed more than thirty homes.
A: massive B: fierce

My kid chose B:fierce, but the answer was actually A: massive. I thought both A and B were correct. Why the word fierce can’t be correct in this sentence?

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This is from my child’s workbook(3rd grade in the U.S)
____ fire destroyed more than thirty homes.
A: massive B: fierce 

My kid chose B:fierce, but the answer was actually A: massive. I thought both A and B were correct. Why the word fierce can’t be correct in this sentence?
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