Something immense: "the empty immensity of earth, sky, and water” ( Joseph Conrad). (noun)
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Use "immensity" in a sentence
"Jupiter or Sirius from the earth is ascertained; and though there is a triangle still more vast, its base extending either way from us, with and past the horizon into immensity, and its apex infinitely distant above us; to which corresponds a similar infinite triangle belo _what is above equalling what is below, immensity equalling immensity_; -- yet the"
"To be confronted with such an immensity was an astonishment that virtually no one was prepared for."
"As, by the power we find in ourselves of repeating, as often as we will, any idea of space, we get the idea of immensity; so, by being able to repeat the idea of any length of duration we have in our minds, with all the endless addition of number, we come by the idea of eternity."