grandiosity[ gran-dee-ohs ]SEE DEFINITION OF grandiosity
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRANDIOSITY
What wonder if the inaccessible meal took upon itself the grandiosity of a wedding feast!
I hate throwing away money on mere pomposity and grandiosity and show.
It was of a grandiosity which appealed to the imagination, but not to the practical judgment of a far-sighted statesman.
That this grandiosity was unnatural and unreal was proved by the publication of Choses Vues.
I went again when I graduated high school and was amazed by the richness of detail, the grandiosity and grandeur of it all.
The grandiosity, to use a mild phrase, of such a measure needs no comment.