- much ado about nothing,
- much as,
- much less,
- much sought after,
- mucic acid,
- much the same; very much alike.
- extravagance; excess.
Origin of muchness
Examples from the Web for muchness
Its great fault is its muchness, if we may borrow a term from Hawthorne's mint.
Meaning too much of a muchness, Cousin Helen, teased Billie.The Motor Maids Across the Continent|Katherine Stokes
Anon to supper and to bed, my head a little troubled with the muchness of the business I have upon me at present.Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete|Samuel Pepys
His corduroy velvet coat and his skin are much of a muchness.The Celebrity at Home|Violet Hunt
Mrs. Baker laughed cheerfully and remarked that they were very much of a muchness.Democracy An American Novel|Henry Adams