muchness muchness


  • (n) greatness of quantity or measure or extent


  1. Vasano and the Navy's remedy are much of a muchness.
  2. Europe may have those venerable showcases Cannes, Berlin and Venice, but the crazy intensity of Toronto the too-much-of-a-muchness makes it utterly American.
  3. Newswatch For 15 years or more, nightly network television news has been of a predictable muchnessearnest, responsible, muted.



  1. Lambert said: "There's no point. We have got to win the game. We're not scared of Hartlepool one bit. Everyone in this division is much of a muchness. We are going to go out there and give it one big push to see if we can do it."
    on Apr 13, 2007 By: Paul Lambert Source: Bucks Free Press

  2. Cotterill said: "I think the league table is very much of a muchness. It's just that little bit of goal difference. Where ours was good earlier in the season, now we've dropped off it a bit. And it's no coincidence when you haven't got your...
    on Dec 30, 2006 By: Steve Cotterill Source: Burnley Citizen

  3. Asked which position he preferred, a diplomatic Giteau said they were "much of a muchness". "At the moment, I'm just enjoying football. At inside centre, I get more space and I like the space. And at five-eighth, I suppose you really control...
    on Dec 7, 2004 By: Matt Giteau Source: Sydney Morning Herald

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