Synonyms & Antonyms : Enormous





Enormous



( Adjective )


I notice
enormous changes in this town since my last visit two years back.

Synonyms:

Astronomic

Colossal

Elephantine

Excessive

Gargantuan

Gigantic

Gross

Immense

Mammoth

Massive

Monstrous

Mountainous

Prodigious

Titanic

Tremendous

Vast

Contextual Examples:

He’s been offered an
astronomic salary.

Their daughter is quite plump but their son is positively
elephantine.

He is not just fat, he is positively
gross.

Yesterday I drank a
massive amount of alcohol in the party.

The waves are rising like
mountainous in the ocean during storm.

The government sank
prodigious amount of public money into the scheme.



Antonyms:

Diminutive

Dwarf

Infinitesimal

Insignificant

Lilliputian

Little

Meager

Microscopic

Meager

Minute

Petite

Small

Tiny

Trivial

Wee

Contextual Examples:

She was a
diminutive figure before her husband.

The level of dangerous chemical present in the river is now so low as to be
insignificant.

Even America’s largest banks look
Lilliputian in comparison with those of Japan.

There’s a
little shop on the corner that sell bread.

We lived in the country when I was
small.




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