- Archaic. greatness, as in quantity, measure, or degree.
- much of a muchness,
- much the same; very much alike.
- extravagance; excess.
Origin of muchness
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Historical Examples of muchness
"I think they're all much of a muchness," replied Maud thoughtfully.Hunter's Marjory
Margaret Bruce Clarke
I told them it was on account of the muchness that I declined.Stories of Authors, British and American
Edwin Watts Chubb
All trade-centres where the foreign sailor comes are much of a muchness.The American Egypt
Probably, the guilt is much of a muchness, as in all mismanaged matters.Cradock Nowell, Vol. 2 (of 3)
Richard Doddridge Blackmore
Gourd and document are much of a muchness, he said carelessly.The Message
- archaic, or informal magnitude
- much of a muchness British very similar