Etymology
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immensity (n.)

mid-15c., immensite, "vastness; infinity," from Old French immensité (14c.) or directly from Latin immensitatem (nominative immensitas) "immeasurableness," noun of quality from immensus "immeasurable, boundless" (see immense). Immenseness is from c. 1600.

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Definitions of immensity

immensity (n.)
unusual largeness in size or extent or number;
Synonyms: enormousness / grandness / greatness / immenseness / sizeableness / vastness / wideness
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