massiveness : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n an unwieldy largeness
- n the property of being large in mass
- The massiveness of a Stephen Samuel Wise, the momentum of a Charles Reynolds Brown, the gestures of a Robert Norwood, the urbane asceticism of a Henry Sloane Coffin, are lost .
- All showed the same trend: longer, lower bodies, further streamlining, an impression of massiveness attained by redesigned front ends, cartwheel-sized hubcaps, heavy grilles .
- Handel's serene 18th-Century score was sung with traditional massiveness by a chorus of 1,800 voices.
News & Articles
- Opportunity, Montana
Brad Tyer's Opportunity, Montana (Beacon, 2013) is a meticulously researched, entertaining rant of nonfiction that targets with bullseye precision contemporary environmentalism's faith in redemption. by Jo Deurbrouck With their storm-swallowing massiveness and veined, granitic peaks, Western landscapes invite a comforting lie: Theirs is a resilience no species so thin of skin, so vulnerable to ...
July 24, 2013 - Boise Weekly