enormousness


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Synonyms for enormousness

Synonyms for enormousness

unusual largeness in size or extent or number

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Given the enormousness of the proposals, it is remarkable that the EPB was not fully informed of Ford's intentions in detail until the last minute.
What has not changed over the past 20-some years is the sheer huge-ossity, the enormousness or enormity, of most everything associated with Denver International Airport.
A great deal of analytical work remains to be done, yet given the enormousness of the canon--very little has actually been translated--our understanding of Chinese literature and religion is tied to a question of availability.
But you could cram all those voices into one body and they still couldn't match the enormousness of Bryn Terfel's baritone.
Secondly: People ashore have indeed some indefinite idea that a whale is an enormous creature of enormous power; but I have ever found that when narrating to them some specific example of this two-fold enormousness, they have significantly complimented me upon my facetiousness; when, I declare upon my soul, I had no more idea of being facetious than Moses, when he wrote the history of the plagues of Egypt.
Early this year, as in virtually every year since the Korean War, the military chiefs tried to minimize the enormousness of their proposed basic budget ($515.
Ironically, even when unemployed, Norm was the bar's best customer and numerous jokes were made about the enormousness of his tab at Cheers.
With all of these things swirling in my head, I felt a tap on my shoulder, and my mom, with tears in her eyes, said, "I had no idea of the enormousness of all of this.
How can someone not feel that we not only have to begin with the snake but with the enormousness, the monstrosity of the snake?
In light of the enormousness of this subject, I will discuss something that is often not mentioned: the way that state courts have used foreign law and international opinions in their recent jurisprudence.
As the enormousness of the accounting fraud was revealed with Enron's bankruptcy in December 2001 and WorldCom's bankruptcy in June 2002, the integrity of all corporate books and records was again undermined, causing the SEC to resort to either prosecuting wrongdoers or creating an incentive for wrongdoers to take corrective action.
I wanted to impress on the viewers the enormousness of this sacrifice, the willingness--and the horror of it," says Gibson.
April: It's curious, you seem so much more important in all this enormousness than you did in America.
But when I asked the company's CEO if that tax break was honestly a make-or-break issue for an investment of that enormousness, he couldn't give me a straight answer.