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- n. Great size or magnitude.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The state of being enormous.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being enormous or extreme; greatness beyond measure.
- n. Synonyms Immensity, vastness, hugeness. See enormity.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. unusual largeness in size or extent or number
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What has shocked poor James much more is a circumstance which your Boston Booksellers have no power to avoid: the "enormousness" of the charges in our Port here!
'enormousness', and that it is closer to 'an outrageous, improper, vicious, or immoral act'.
He had not realized the enormousness of the task of putting a fellow-man out of the world.
What of the enormousness of the drink I had consumed, the feelings aroused in me by the heel were not pleasant.
Maybe one day you stand on top of a mountain and look out at the world and feel moved by its enormousness and grandeur and you don't call that feeling anything at all.
On the other side, obviously, is the enormousness of the task.
The film must be judged by the enormousness of the gap between this originary text and this pale, commercial, toothless, non-denominational cash-in.
My Romans Bible professor explained to us that if Paul could have stacked a hundred football fields end-to-end and as high and as far as those fields could reach, that would be the enormousness of his intent.
That last wish was tagged on after I realized the enormousness of the country on the other side of the world.
Nelson had written other books, which inevitably made him morose because of the enormousness of the task.