Meanwhile, the massiveness of the throne warranted some model-making ahead of time, with an interesting twist.
Together they have hewn the cliffs, which are like vast rock tombs with their Egyptian massiveness.
This big lad, who had the massiveness and gentleness of a Fleming, was a protege of Lisa's.
The Old Schloss is impressive mainly by its massiveness and its august dome.
All these public edifices have a uniform character of massiveness and solidity.
In their massiveness they are unsurpassed save by the mandible from Mauer.
Oh, the massiveness of the intellects of the old classic writers!
Magnitude and massiveness are congenial to Dobell, and almost necessary to draw out his best.
But the proper merit of a foundation is its massiveness and solidity.
Hence Luxor satisfies the eye in the perfect arrangement of the columns and in the massiveness of the work.
c.1400, from Middle French massif "bulky, solid," from Old French masse "lump" (see mass (n.1)). Related: Massively; massiveness. U.S. Cold War strategy of massive retaliation was introduced by J.F. Dulles in early 1954.
massive mas·sive (mās'ĭv)
Large in comparison with the usual amount.
Affecting a large area of bodily tissue; widespread and severe.