Meaning of immensity in English:


Pronunciation /ɪˈmɛnsɪti/

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mass noun
  • The extremely large size, scale, or extent of something.

    ‘I have no illusions about the immensity of this task’
    • ‘There is no disguising either the immensity of the political moment, or the vast complexities of the choice facing us.’
    • ‘The overall effect of these pieces is a sense of immensity.’
    • ‘The beauty and immensity of the chapel are internationally known.’
    • ‘His answer, such as it is, reveals little if any grasp of the immensity of the problem.’
    • ‘It is the immensity of her crime that differentiates it from anyone else's.’
    • ‘I was in such an emotional state that I became overwhelmed by the tremendous immensity of the text.’
    • ‘His partners understand the immensity of the challenge at hand.’
    • ‘Tears sprang to her eyes, as the horrible immensity of his disease was made plain to her.’
    • ‘Joe was overwhelmed by the immensity of the space craft.’
    • ‘For a moment, the immensity of the sky made his head spin.’