bigness[ big-nis ]SEE DEFINITION OF bigness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BIGNESS
Now the bigness only emphasized the dreariness and desolation.
The richness of the world was crowding on him, the bigness of it, the dangers.
But far more than that, there was a sort of bigness about him.
He had come, full, full to trembling—with the bigness of his news.
And the mere weight of this bigness is an added disadvantage.
See, here be a bruise upon his skull the bigness of a duck's egg.
"It isn't the bigness, dear; its the variety," replied the girl.
For, as natural philosophers, there is no bigness or littleness to you.
Now, the Firedrake is a beast, or bird, about the bigness of an elephant.
He had an unequalled sense of the bigness of creation and of "these States."