enormity


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the quality of passing all moral bounds

a monstrous offense or evil

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the quality of being outrageous

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the quality of extreme wickedness

an act of extreme wickedness

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It's a wonderful movie, whose subtheme is the enormity of the sacrifices made in wartime.
Speaking to Arab News, one expert said the punishments mentioned in the present law do not cope with the enormity of administrative and financial matters that currently take place in the Kingdom.
This team isn't blase about the enormity of winning silverware in any way shape or form.
And perhaps he will realise the enormity of the blood-drenched crimes of his followers.
But the exact number of tags is not what's important; the proper sense of enormity of it all comes across as it was designed with the 2,436 tags, and that's the real message.
The World Trade Center Memorial Foundation, with the support of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has unveiled a photography exhibition that captures the enormity of the loss that occurred at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 as well as the emotion and response felt in the wake of the events.
There is no better way to experience the shear enormity of Northern Ontario's vast boreal forest with its rugged wetlands than to travel through the towering conifers and mighty rivers that flow to the Arctic watershed.
The enormity of the task seems not to have dawned on them.
Yet even faith cannot grasp the sheer enormity of God's power and grace.
Speaking today Peter Murray, brother-in-law of victim Keith Philpott, said: "The enormity of what they did has been hammered home to them.
Rather than being paralyzed by the enormity of the problem and its many barriers, we must attack the scourge that is pediatric HIV/AIDS because it is difficult.
The reviewer speaks of Eisenman speaking of 'conjuring up the enormity of banality'.
Mann said that while there was no substantial damage to Anglican churches, there is concern about the welfare of clergy and lay leaders, who have tirelessly tended to the needs of their parishes and communities and have been overwhelmed by the scale of the damage and the enormity of responsibility they have had to bear.
Observers will need a powerful infrared telescope to peer through the dust and document the enormity of the population, the team notes.