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- n. The property of being massive.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The state or quality of being massive; massiness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or quality of being massive, in any sense; specifically, great weight with bulk; massiness; ponderousness.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the property of being large in mass
- n. an unwieldy largeness
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The father remains in the background; his passive role, one of weight and massiveness, is presented by a special technique.
The floor was of large brown tiles, the beamed ceiling and the walls were whitewashed, and the huge, undecorated, cement fireplace was an achievement in massiveness and simplicity.
monolithic •\ˌmä-nə-ˈli-thik\• adjecitve 1. imposing in size or bulk or solidity 2. characterized by massiveness and rigidity and total uniformity
< 74 > It seems to us that it is difficult to make this a distinguishing feature, as we have no means of knowing how much "massiveness" is required in a work to entitle it to be considered a work of the Mound Builders.
But do they really need to pretend this is somehow mandated by the "massiveness" of the game itself?
Buffett has called the gathering the “Woodstock of Capitalism,” nicely evoking both the massiveness of the crowd and the blissed-out vibe that pervades it.
"Mortals' minds are too puny to comprehend their carbon-ceramic massiveness."
Mortals' minds are too puny to comprehend their carbon-ceramic massiveness.
Its massiveness and rich gilding are the only thing that can stand out in the vast space, while there are quite a few moments of subtlety, such as the Comper-like fan-vaults that crown the vast structure.
It's not about the manner of the scalability or the massiveness of how many people you employ or how much money you can decide on, but rather it's the new thinking that you can bring to other women or to the society as a whole.