muchness


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greatness of quantity or measure or extent

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Homemade Dynamite and a cover of Disclosure's Magnets made for a tough opening blast, all juddering percussion and sparse melodies, but with Hard Feelings and Sober in the same segment of the set, there was just too much of a muchness going on.
They lived in a treacle-well, the Dormouse says, and drew 'all manner of things--everything that begins with an M [...] such as mouse-traps, and the moon, and memory, and muchness--you know you say things are "much of a muchness"--did you ever see such a thing as a drawing of a muchness?' In response to which, Jansson, who also liked to draw things beginning with an M--Moomintrolls, and Mymbles, and Little My --creates wonderful flights of birds and balloons, a lamp buzzing with moths and other insects, a muchness that is wholly her own.
THE ROOM Most business hotels are much of a muchness these days.
We have four senior centrebacks, and they're all much of a muchness.
and still housing the same muchness, crumple of the everyday: stacks of
That's been the problem from the start for the other three candidates, Andy Burnham, Yvette Cooper and Liz Kendall in that they all seem much of a muchness and part of the Westminster machine whereas Corbyn offers the thrill of genuinely radical politics.
In the mid-50s, Jack Dan- iel's Tennessee Whiskey was one of dozens of nondescript US regional brands - all much of a muchness. It clearly needed to differentiate itself - and it knew how.
to burn off all this too muchness. Fire has its own
We've only got two or three world-class players, apart from that it's all much of a muchness."
"There's going to be disappointments along the way as the league is so close and many teams have a much of a muchness about them.
Despite the presence of Presteigne 'regulars' - Cecilia McDowall, Gabriel Jackson and Joe Duddell in particular - and others, it was actually a much of a muchness programme, albeit stunningly delivered in terms of tonal quality and technical brilliance under Rupert Cough's unobtrusive direction.
Characters in the game are much of a muchness with the earlier games apart from the fact that they are all now rockers!
The current crop of home-trained sprinters look much of a muchness and tend to beat each other each time they race.
Meanwhile Kate Robbins as the maid Consuela was funny, feisty and fabulous The rest of the main cast are much of a muchness, although the highlight of the evening for me was Amelle Berrabah's solo, Only You, which stirred nostalgic feelings.
These sprinters are much of a muchness and Gorane could be a double-figure price, so I'd advise getting stuck in each-way.