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Synonyms for largeness

the quality or state of being large in amount, extent, or importance

Synonyms for largeness

the capacity to understand a broad range of topics

large or extensive in breadth or importance or comprehensiveness

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the quality of being pretentious (behaving or speaking in such a manner as to create a false appearance of great importance or worth)

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At the same time, descriptions of Venus's body and her largeness develop a female-centered queer erotics that promotes the pleasure of extended erotic exploration rather than heterosexual penetration and climax.
But the largeness and closeness of the moon is not the super moon, Hariri emphasised.
In the context of MENA, escalating project costs stemmed from the concurrent inflation of the main price components of EPC therefore, to the IEA s input factors, one should add contractors margins, project risk premiums and the cost of excessive largeness, with the implication of diseconomy of scale due to delays and cost overruns.
to our daily routines let us search for his strength, his largeness of spirit .
Does the opposition have a point about the largeness and unwieldiness of the [current] bill?
Therefore, it is not the largeness of land mass and neither the population size as some people may think that makes Abyei a special case with distinct geo-political status.
Acknowledging the largeness of the current account deficit (CAD) at around 5 per cent of GDP in 2012-13, he said the government had no timelines or targets in mind for bringing it down.
And then there is the sheer largeness of heart in her portraits of friends, as in her fond remembrance of Janet Case, her beloved Greek teacher, and, most notably, her obituary for Lady Ottoline Morrell.
The glitch has occured in a major heating pipe, which accounts for the largeness of the affected area.
It quickly becomes clear that Big Ray's largeness is not benign.
His pledge in 2008 of "fundamentally transforming the United States of America" speaks to the largeness of both his ideology and his self-regard.
The Lulu-Nissan Dream Drive promotion has always been a success with our customers on account of the largeness and inclusivity of the campaign," said Ananth A.
Remorse is the key to his eventual maturity and largeness of spirit.
Here, Mackin is at pains to point out the largeness, the variousness, and the complexity of Scarbrough's brand of regionalism.
to the largeness of our western out-of-doors and to a nearness to the lingering pioneer traditions.