Idioms about muchness
- much the same; very much alike.
- extravagance; excess.
Words nearby muchness
How to use muchness in a sentence
I told them that it was on account of the muchness that I declined.Quips and Quiddities|William Davenport Adams
His corduroy velvet coat and his skin are much of a muchness.The Celebrity at Home|Violet Hunt
These millionaires is much of a muchness, sir, 'ere to-day, gone to-morrer.The Definite Object|Jeffery Farnol
Not that Im such a muchness, but it would sort of break up the combination if I had to leave suddenly.For the Honor of Randall|Lester Chadwick
It was acknowledged that ten was his time; but, as he argued with himself, ten and eleven were pretty much of a muchness.The Vicar of Bullhampton|Anthony Trollope