Second, people in positions of great authority are, and perhaps must be, capable of enormously high levels of self-delusion.
The passengers for this enormously expensive helicopter fleet?
The Ryan pick will help Romney enormously in one key respect.
But for all that, it is still going to be enormously difficult.
Plus, it had the enormously charismatic Robert Downey, Jr., and the eminently bankable Gwyneth Paltrow and Jeff Bridges.
He noticed the enormously heavy, unpolished boots he wore, with their thick leather and metal heel-taps.
He had been enormously relieved when his mother returned to Ireland.
It is enormously important, I grant—enormously,' he repeated reflectively.
"It is enormously important, I grant--enormously," he repeated, reflectively.
On the eleventh of May throughout the day and night it rained incessantly, and enormously.
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.