enormity


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enormity

noun complexity, enormous size, immense scope, immensity, vast size
Associated concepts: enormity of a crime
See also: degree, importance, magnitude, weight
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[That 150,000 pesos bail is very small considering the enormity of what was stolen.
I don't think she truly comprehended the enormity of what she was doing."
I want to see a candidate emerge who understands the enormity of the situation STEPHEN CRABB POTENTIAL CHALLENGER SPEAKING YESTERDAY
He said a van or truck was probably used to carry the explosives, given the enormity of the explosion.
"Our government needs to face the enormity of this issue.
The identity of the #2 talker bears witness to the enormity of Savage's feat.
Rafka, whereby he said during his sermon that "officials need to be astute and aware of the enormity of [presidential] vacuum and the gravity of its results." MPs Emile Rahme and Samer Saadeh attended the Mass celebrated by the Patriarch in Bkirky.
The Shields assistant manager has warned his players to expect a "tense, difficult" day, warned them against "underestimating the opposition and the enormity of the match".
Giving evidence to the inquest, Mr Brunt said of her death: "I was devastated, I still am and the enormity of what's happened will always be with me."
20, 1951, and went on to be seen by millions of people worldwide, though Golden would never know the enormity of his success.
The British International Freight Association (BIFA) has long maintained that the Department of Homeland Security has consistently underestimated the enormity of the task in hand relative to the costs both to the U.S.
EMMERDALE 7.00pm, ITV Poor Pollard's put so much effort into the fundraiser, but when Val sees the enormity of it all she's overwhelmed and thinks Pollard's making the day about him.