earthshaking : Definition, Usages, News and More

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urthshay king

  • s  loud enough to shake the very earth
  • s  sufficiently significant to affect the whole world
    earthshaking proposals

  • His subsidiary aims, earthshaking in any other context but almost minor in this one, are kneecapping the lawsuit industry with serious tort reform and installing a conservative .
  • The best guess is that the annual cost of the changeover will remain below 1% of the world's annual income, a very modest price to avoid a potential earthshaking danger.
  • Stretching the limits of arcane House rules and shuffling committees around may not seem like earthshaking offenses, but they are the same type of procedural strangleholds and .
News & Articles

  • CAL VICK: Re-elect power, and our liberty may perish
    The earthshaking revelation published by Thomas Paine just before the American Revolution in 1776 may have jelled the resolve of American colonists to free themselves from the oppressive English crown. That revelation was that all humans are born with God-given rights.
    June 20, 2013 - The San Angelo Standard-Times

  • Scott Newman in
    Our message is that you can feel better tomorrow, and that is earthshaking for people with Parkinson's and probably other diseases. For us, that is the life changing thing,Newman said.
  • Frank Viola in Gospel Herald
    To put it another way, it's one thing to parrot correct doctrine about Jesus; it's quite another thing to have "an earthshaking revelation of Christ," said Viola.
  • George Hamilton in HeraldNet
    I was never an earthshaking actor,Hamilton, 69, said over lunch at the Ritz-Carlton. "What's interesting is that I've survived. My life was always more interesting than the films I was in."

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