enormousness

[ ih-nawr-muh s-nis ]SEE DEFINITION OF enormousness
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He had not realized the enormousness of the task of putting a fellow-man out of the world.

But what is most astonishing about the Tribute is its enormousness.

We speak of the enormity of an offence but of the enormousness of a crowd.

They were silent alike before the enormousness and the enormity of this.

And I thought, too, of the enormousness of their stationery bills.

I urged him with the enormousness of the offence, but I made no impression.

I'm as liberal as any of them—or that my liberality won't cost me anything—the enormousness of the data that we shall have.

So letter-perfect was he in his lines that a layman might have scouted his realization of the enormousness of his responsibility.

But no merely physical ratio can convey the impression of enormousness that a great naval gun makes on the imagination.

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