Examples of enormous in a Sentence
They live in an enormous house.
We chose not to undertake the project because of the enormous costs involved.
Recent Examples of enormous from the Web
In the 1980s, Bedford College marine geologist Alec Smith suggested that powerful, prehistoric waterfalls dug those enormous holes, but at the time, scientists lacked the data to determine whether this idea was true.
An enormous rift in one of Antarctica’s largest ice shelves grew dramatically over the past month, and a chunk nearly the size of Delaware could break away as soon as later this winter, British scientists reported this week.
The new chief, who came to Houston after nearly a decade as Austin’s police chief, said the overall crime statistics are not alarming, given the city’s enormous population, growth and geographical size.
Insufficient sleep causes many chronic and acute medical conditions that have an enormous impact on quality of life, not to mention the economy.
Of particular concern is the movie’s portrayal of the demigod Maui, who is shown as enormous and egotistical, albeit with a good heart.
All serious economists agree this is related to enormous gains in manufacturing productivity.
Paddle boarder Jaimen Hudson got a huge surprise when two curious (and enormous) southern right whales turned up to say hello.
Mr. Patterson’s contributions to The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, the Atlanta community and to journalism were enormous.
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Origin and Etymology of enormous
Latin enormis, from e, ex out of + norma rule
First Known Use: 1531
Synonym Discussion of enormous
ENORMOUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of enormous for English Language Learners
: very great in size or amount
ENORMOUS Defined for Kids
Definition of enormous for Students
: unusually great in size, number, or degree an enormous animal an enormous problem
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