Enormousness
Enormousness \E*nor"mous*ness\, n. The state of being enormous. [1913 Webster]

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  • enormousness — *enormity Analogous words: immenseness or immensity, hugeness, vastness (see corresponding adjectives at HUGE): tremendousness, prodigiousness, stupendousness, monstrousness (see corresponding adjectives at MONSTROUS) …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • enormousness — enormity, enormousness 1. Both words are derived from Latin e norma meaning ‘out of the ordinary’, and both originally had meanings associated with wicked and criminal aspects of abnormality. Enormity (15c) is older than enormousness (17c), and… …   Modern English usage

  • enormousness — enormous ► ADJECTIVE ▪ very large. DERIVATIVES enormously adverb enormousness noun …   English terms dictionary

  • enormousness — noun see enormous …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • enormousness — /i nawr meuhs nis/, n. very great or abnormal size, bulk, degree, etc.; immensity; hugeness. [1795 1805; ENORMOUS + NESS] Usage. See enormity. * * * …   Universalium

  • enormousness — noun Great size or magnitude. See Also: enormity, enormous …   Wiktionary

  • enormousness — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun The quality of being enormous: hugeness, immenseness, immensity, prodigiousness, stu pendousness, tremendousness, vastness. See BIG …   English dictionary for students

  • enormousness — e nor·mous·ness || mÉ™snɪs n. tremendousness, hugeness, massiveness …   English contemporary dictionary

  • enormousness — enor·mous·ness …   English syllables

  • enormousness — noun unusual largeness in size or extent or number • Syn: ↑grandness, ↑greatness, ↑immenseness, ↑immensity, ↑sizeableness, ↑vastness, ↑wideness • Derivationally related forms …   Useful english dictionary

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