Examples from the Web for enormously
But events in the Special Administrative Region are enormously important to the Communist Party leadership in Beijing.
To me, this seemed to be a country that was overflowing with interesting, smart, enormously talented people.Has Friendship With Israel Become a Casualty of War?|Malcolm MacDougall|August 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Television and film are enormously influential in our culture, particularly for the cues they send about health and sexuality.Planned Parenthood: Why NBC's Abortion Ad Snafu Matters|Eric Ferrero|June 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Federal appellate and district courts are enormously important in our legal system.Obama’s Shocking Success on Judgeships Overturns Conventional Wisdom|David Fontana|June 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The passengers for this enormously expensive helicopter fleet?Obama’s New Helicopter Fleet Could Cost $20 Billion|Kyle Mizokami|May 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Many of his other poems are of a humorous nature and have been enormously popular.
His sisters, who admired him enormously and had confidence in his judgment, were frankly worried.Roosevelt in the Bad Lands|H. Hagedorn.
The astronomical Ice Age, however, should have been enormously more antique.A Popular History of Astronomy During the Nineteenth Century|Agnes M. (Agnes Mary) Clerke
He's enormously clever, enormously abominable, and should have been strangled at birth merely because of his feet.The Woman With The Fan|Robert Hichens
Either these viewers must, as a rule, be reinstated, or the government system of inspection must be enormously increased.About London|J. Ewing Ritchie
British Dictionary definitions for enormously
Word Origin for enormous
Word Origin and History for enormously
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.