Definition of Grandness

1. Noun. A prominent status. "A person of importance"

Exact synonyms: Importance
Generic synonyms: Standing
Specialized synonyms: Accent, Emphasis, Primacy
Derivative terms: Important, Important



2. Noun. Unusual largeness in size or extent or number.
Exact synonyms: Enormousness, Greatness, Immenseness, Immensity, Sizeableness, Vastness, Wideness
Generic synonyms: Bigness, Largeness
Specialized synonyms: Enormity
Derivative terms: Enormous, Grand, Grand, Great, Great, Immense, Immense, Sizeable, Sizeable, Vast, Wide, Wide, Wide, Wide

3. Noun. The quality of being magnificent or splendid or grand. "Advertisers capitalize on the grandness and elegance it brings to their products"
Exact synonyms: Brilliance, Grandeur, Magnificence, Splendor, Splendour
Generic synonyms: Elegance
Specialized synonyms: Eclat
Derivative terms: Brilliant, Brilliant, Grand, Grand, Grand, Magnificent

4. Noun. Splendid or imposing in size or appearance. "Impressed by the richness of the flora"
Exact synonyms: Impressiveness, Magnificence, Richness
Generic synonyms: Excellence
Specialized synonyms: Expansiveness, Expansivity, Loftiness, Majesty, Stateliness
Derivative terms: Grand, Grand, Grand, Impressive, Magnificent, Rich, Rich

Definition of Grandness

1. n. Grandeur.

Definition of Grandness

1. Noun. The state of being grand ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Grandness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Grandness

grandmommy
grandmoms
grandmother
grandmother-in-law
grandmotherhood
grandmothering
grandmotherless
grandmotherly
grandmothers
grandmothers-in-law
grandmum
grandmummies
grandmums
grandnephew
grandnephews
grandness (current term)
grandnesses
grandniece
grandnieces
grandog
grandpa
grandpapa
grandpapas
grandpappies
grandparent
grandparental
grandparenthood
grandparents
grandpas
grandpaternal

Literary usage of Grandness

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1. Journal of the ... Annual Convention, Diocese of Maryland by Convention, Episcopal Church, Diocese of Maryland (1887)
"power and grandness of faith that fired them. ... I charge you, brethren, to preach that grandness lovingly and boldly and constantly. ..."

2. Holbein and His Times by Alfred Woltmann, Fanny Elizabeth Bunnett (1872)
"None of these equalled the founder of the school in genius, profoundness, and grandness of style. Even Jan van Eyck, however important he may have been as a ..."

3. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1889)
"In order to prove to any one the grandness of this fabric of the world, one needs only bid him consider the sun with that insupportable glory and lustre ..."

4. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1878)
"... suited to the grandness of the subject. A view of Colorado Springs, the home of the author, drawn by Moran, enriches the volume, which is of uniform ..."

5. Annual Report by Illinois Farmers' Institute (1900)
"... in the great and growing commercial centers of this continent for the purposes of traffic and pleasure, the horse in the grandness of his proportions ..."

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