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- n. the degree or property of being extreme
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being extreme; tendency to extremes.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quality of being extreme
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Said extremeness is generally coming in the form of dumbness.
I think though that another contributing factor beyond general extremeness is growth rate.
The exponent z represented the slope of the curve—that is, the extremeness of the correlation between species number and island size within each group of islands.
'00 "extremeness" and you have yourself one of the top three albums of 2008.
personally, I always thought the "extremeness" of these makeovers was ridiculous in the first place
Joe Jackson disciplined his boys, "The Jackson Five", with extremeness, which contributed to Michael's greatness.
"It's that extremeness that pushes things forward."
Thus was highway privatization stripped of its extremeness.
It was an extreme act of art that became foundational — inaugurating a shift in style from American abstract painting and Pop to post-Minimalism, conceptual and performance art — without ever losing its extremeness.
But certainly nothing of this depth or extremeness.
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