Definition of Hugenesses

1. hugeness [n] - See also: hugeness



Lexicographical Neighbors of Hugenesses

huffish
huffishly
huffishness
huffkin
huffkins
huffs
huffy
hug
hug-me-tight
hug drug
hugable
huge
hugely
hugemungous
hugeness
hugenesses
hugeous
hugeously
huger
hugest
hugfest
hugfests
huggable
huggably
hugged
hugger
hugger-mugger
hugger mugger
huggermugger
huggers

Literary usage of Hugenesses

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Pedlar's Pack by Daniel Henry Holmes (1906)
"IN THE SMOKY RIDGE OF GEORGIA I AM voiceless here: these hugenesses appall! For him who stands beneath the vast dim wall Of hunchback forests, climbing, ..."

2. A Scots Wanderjahre by David Lowe (1900)
"... in the unseen plan Is equal with the sun ; No more do nature's glories run In hugenesses and beauty Than in airy trifles Or the simplest claims of duty. ..."

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