immensity

[ ih-men-si-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF immensity

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMMENSITY

The cold darkness of the night in its immensity seemed to enwrap me in sadness.

They could not, above all, endure this immensity of perjury and sacrilege.

The sight produced in him a melancholy impression of immensity and futility.

And what an invading flight, what a sudden outlook upon the world's immensity!

The jewellers gasp in the immensity of the hope her words arouse.

I needed all of it—I welcomed its immensity as once I was oppressed by it.

Its beauty, grandeur, and immensity are feebly told in words.

How well he saw the greatness of his work and the immensity of that injustice which was his reward.

The croaking made Maget's brain scream with the immensity of the sound.

It took her nearly an hour, I believe, to explain the immensity of my presumption.

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