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muchness

[ muhch-nis ]
/ ˈmʌtʃ nɪs /
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noun
Archaic. greatness, as in quantity, measure, or degree.
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Idioms about muchness

    much of a muchness,
    1. much the same; very much alike.
    2. extravagance; excess.

Origin of muchness

First recorded in 1350–1400, muchness is from the Middle English word mochenesse.See much, -ness
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British Dictionary definitions for muchness

muchness
/ (ˈmʌtʃnɪs) /

noun
archaic, or informal magnitude
much of a muchness British very similar
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