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Definition of "enormously" []

  • Unusually large in size, extent, or degree; immense; vast (adjective)
  • Extremely wicked; heinous (adjective)
  • Extremely, greatly: to an enormous degree. (adverb)

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  • Shockingly. (adverb)

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Use "enormously" in a sentence
  • "At the same time, he concedes he's not satisfied with Iraqi efforts to deal with the relentless violence, which he calls enormously challenging."
  • "He'll keep making movies and says he wants to do more directing, which he describes as enormously time-consuming."
  • "That is one of the primary reasons why -- in complete contrast to prior financial crises -- the Justice Department has not convicted a single senior officer of the large nonprime lenders who directed, committed, and profited enormously from the frauds."