Largeness

  • 1 Largeness — Large ness, n. The quality or state of being large. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 largeness — index capacity (maximum), degree (magnitude), latitude, mass (weight), measurement Burton s …

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  • 3 largeness — c.1300, from LARGE (Cf. large) + NESS (Cf. ness) …

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  • 4 largeness — noun 1. the property of having a relatively great size • Syn: ↑bigness • Ant: ↑littleness (for: ↑bigness), ↑smallness • Derivationally related forms: ↑big …

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  • 5 largeness — large ► ADJECTIVE 1) of considerable or relatively great size, extent, or capacity. 2) pursuing an occupation or activity on a significant scale. 3) of wide range or scope. ► VERB (large it) Brit. informal ▪ go out and have a good time. ● …

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  • 6 largeness — noun see large I …

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  • 7 largeness — See large. * * * …

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  • 8 largeness — noun /ˈlɑːdʒnəs/ a) The property of being physically large. b) The quality of not being limited or constrained; having great scope …

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  • 9 largeness — Synonyms and related words: ampleness, amplitude, area, bigheartedness, bigness, body, boundlessness, bounteousness, bountifulness, bounty, breadth, broadness, bulk, caliber, capaciousness, comprehensiveness, copiousness, coverage, depth,… …

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  • 10 largeness — I (Roget s IV) n. Syn. magnitude, proportion, breath; see measure 1 , measurement 2 , quantity , size 2 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun The quality or state of being large in amount, extent, or importance: amplitude, bigness, greatness,… …

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  • 11 largeness — sb. == liberality. Alys. 6879 …

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  • 12 largeness — large·ness || lÉ‘rdÊ’nɪs / lɑː n. greatness, bigness; pomposity; generosity, openhandedness (obsolete) …

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  • 13 largeness — n 1. bigness, greatness, enormity, enor mousness, hugeness, grandiosity, grandness, grandeur; magnitude, size, dimension, measure, muchness; mass, bulk, proportion, caliber; sizableness, substantiality, largishness, biggishness, considerableness; …

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  • 14 largeness — large·ness …

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  • 15 amplitude — Largeness; extent; breadth or range. [L. amplitudo, fr. amplus, large] a. of pulse average pulse magnitude, peak magnitude. * * * am·pli·tude am plə .t(y)üd n 1) the extent or range of a quality, property, process, or phenomenon: as a) …

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  • 16 large — largeness, n. /lahrj/, adj., larger, largest, n., adv. adj. 1. of more than average size, quantity, degree, etc.; exceeding that which is common to a kind or class; big; great: a large house; a large number; in large measure; to a large extent. 2 …

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  • 17 Third Man Argument — The Third Man Argument (commonly referred to as TMA), first offered by Plato in his dialogue Parmenides, is a philosophical criticism of Plato s own Theory of Forms.Plato s Theory of Forms is committed to the following principles F here is any… …

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  • 18 Parmenides (dialogue) — Parmenides is one of the dialogues of Plato. It is perhaps Plato s most challenging dialogue.The Parmenides purports to be an account of a meeting between the two great philosophers of the Eleatic school, Parmenides and Zeno of Elea, and a very… …

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  • 19 Large set (Ramsey theory) — For other uses of the term, see Large set. In Ramsey theory, a set S of natural numbers is considered to be a large set if and only if Van der Waerden s theorem can be generalized to assert the existence of arithmetic progressions with common… …

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  • 20 Plato: metaphysics and epistemology — Robert Heinaman METAPHYSICS The Theory of Forms Generality is the problematic feature of the world that led to the development of Plato’s Theory of Forms and the epistemological views associated with it.1 This pervasive fact of generality appears …

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