But soon after the dawn of the republic in 1804, it was crippled by an enormous public debt.
Maps are enormous, and players have to traverse huge amounts of terrain.
[E]ven a slight edge in ability can translate into enormous payoffs.
The bullets spun him around as if he— a man so enormous he was nicknamed Taco Truck— were practically weightless.
Yet in the end, he has simply not addressed some enormous, looming crises.
All this created an enormous sum for the secours, which was the real "relief," as benevolence.
All sorts of labor is got at enormous rates of compensation.
It's huge—how can such an enormous ship ever get off the Earth?
The enormous importance of this work will be at once perceived.
Meanwhile the banks were putting in motion their peculiar and enormous persuasions.
1530s, from Latin enormis "out of rule, irregular, shapeless, extraordinary, very large," from ex- "out of" (see ex-) + norma "rule, norm" (see norm), with English -ous substituted for Latin -is.
Meaning "extraordinary in size" is attested from 1540s; original sense of "outrageous" is more clearly preserved in enormity. Earlier in same sense was enormyous (mid-15c.). Related: Enormously.