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See definition of enormously on Dictionary.com
  • as invastly
  • as inexceedingly
  • as ingreatly

synonyms for enormously

  • exceedingly
  • extremely
  • greatly
  • hugely
  • tremendously
  • largely
  • mightily
  • much
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How to use enormously in a sentence

Had it been effective, it would have made an enormous difference in this pandemic.
SENATE HOLDS HEARING ON HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE, DESPITE NO EVIDENCE IT WORKS AGAINST COVID-19MARISA IATINOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Any type of business or any type of nonprofit that is a gathering space is — for obvious pandemic-related reasons — facing an enormous challenge of reinvention or getting by with less of a capacity to fulfill that piece of your mission.
PLIGHT AT THE MUSEUMJEN TROLIONOVEMBER 20, 2020VOX
Both these fields have seen enormous progress in the last few years, but there has been little cross-pollination between the two.
HOW ROLE-PLAYING A DRAGON CAN TEACH AN AI TO MANIPULATE AND PERSUADEWILL HEAVENNOVEMBER 20, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
It’s a huge blow to the astronomy community, which used Arecibo for 57 years to conduct an enormous amount of space and atmospheric research.
THE SECOND-LARGEST RADIO TELESCOPE IN THE WORLD IS SHUTTING DOWNNEEL PATELNOVEMBER 19, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Each local region—a self-consistent, relative world—turned out to be the tiny tip of an enormous, four-dimensional iceberg, forever hidden from sight and decidedly not relative.
WHEN EINSTEIN TILTED AT WINDMILLS - ISSUE 93: FORERUNNERSAMANDA GEFTERNOVEMBER 18, 2020NAUTILUS
According to Coughlin, tech is not just a critical part of daily life for older people—“broadband is the new water,” he says—but also an enormous business opportunity.
‘TECHNOLOGY IS THE NEW TOILET PAPER’ FOR SENIORS FACING THE PANDEMICJEFFNOVEMBER 11, 2020FORTUNE
Putting someone under conservatorship means giving someone else enormous power over them.
WHY BRITNEY SPEARS’S FANS ARE CONVINCED SHE’S BEING HELD CAPTIVECONSTANCE GRADYNOVEMBER 11, 2020VOX
The Republican wins cut into Democrats’ advantage in electing women to federal office and they make good on the GOP’s 2018 vow to chip away at its own enormous gender gap in Congress.
2020 ELECTIONS MARK ANOTHER ‘YEAR OF THE WOMAN’—THIS TIME FOR REPUBLICANSCLAIRE ZILLMAN, REPORTERNOVEMBER 5, 2020FORTUNE
Full lockdowns, which do work for virus containment, have enormous, regressive human costs.
A PLAN FOR FACING THE LONG COVID WINTERMATTHEWHEIMERNOVEMBER 4, 2020FORTUNE
Shares in ride-hailing giants Uber Technologies and Lyft soared in premarket trading on Wednesday, after voters in California approved a ballot initiative that the two companies had thrown enormous resources into supporting.
UBER AND LYFT SHARES SOAR AFTER A CALIFORNIA LABOR-PROTECTIONS VOTE GOES THEIR WAYPHIL WAHBANOVEMBER 4, 2020FORTUNE
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WORDS RELATED TO ENORMOUSLY

  • awfully
  • enormously
  • especially
  • excessively
  • extraordinarily
  • extremely
  • greatly
  • highly
  • hugely
  • immoderately
  • in a marked degree
  • inordinately
  • powerful
  • really
  • remarkably
  • strikingly
  • superlatively
  • surpassingly
  • terribly
  • too much
  • unusually
  • vastly
  • vitally
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