from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Very great in size, extent, number, or degree.
- adj. Archaic Very wicked; heinous.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Deviating from the norm; unusual, extraordinary.
- adj. Exceedingly wicked; atrocious or outrageous.
- adj. Extremely large; greatly exceeding the common size, extent, etc.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Exceeding the usual rule, norm, or measure; out of due proportion; inordinate; abnormal.
- adj. Exceedingly wicked; outrageous; atrocious; monstrous.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Deviating from or transgressing the usual measure or rule; abnormal.
- Spreading or extending beyond certain limits; redundant.
- Greatly surpassing the common measure; exceeding the usual size: as, enormous debts; a man of enormous size.
- Extremely wicked; uncommonly atrocious: as, enormous crime or guilt.
- Disordered; perverse.
- Synonyms Enormous, Immense, Excessive, huge, vast, monstrous, prodigious, gigantic, immoderate, unwieldy. The first three words agree in expressing greatness, and the first two vastness; anything, however small, is excessive if for some special reason too great in amount. Literally, enormous is out of rule, out of proportion; immense, unmeasured, immeasurable; excessive, going beyond bounds, surpassing what is fit, right, tolerable, etc. Enormous is peculiarly applicable to magnitude, primarily physical, but also moral: as, enormous egotism; immense, to extent, quantity, and number: as, an immense national debt; immense folly; excessive, to degree: as, an excessive dose; an excessive opinion of one's own merits.
- Villainous, Abominable, etc. (see nefarious); heinous, atrocious.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. extraordinarily large in size or extent or amount or power or degree
And I think it sees what you referred to as enormous Indian influence as part of the strategy -- Indian strategy, as, you know, trying to destabilize Pakistan.
In his message he asked for prayers to undertake what he calls the enormous task in front of him in Iraq.
In his message, he asked for prayers to undertake what he called the enormous task in front of him.
Those relationships, Scales says, build what he calls enormous influence with Egypt.
Mr Abbott also highlighted what he called the enormous waste of programs like the insulation and Building the Education Revolution programs.
Within enormous painted domes, arches and carved wood furniture entertain the eye during mass.
MoveOn has put in enormous effort over many years to put itself into a position of leverage.
After 8 long years I found that he'd squandered all my hard-earned savings from the previous 8 years, put me in enormous debt and had given me the biggest dose of clap in the history of the world.
These were many of the same people who two years ago were turning out in enormous numbers to see Obama in the final weeks of the campaign, crowds of 75,000 or 100,000 in places like St. Louis and Denver.
We're asked by the show's writers to indulge in enormous suspension of disbelief on this major plot development, on which much of the rest of the season will apparently turn.