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Ponderosity

noun
(pl. ponderosities)
1.
The property of being large in mass.  Synonyms: heft, heftiness, massiveness, ponderousness.






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"Ponderosity" Quotes from Famous Books



... article permit, it would be interesting to make Mr. Cleveland's speech the text of some examination into the ex-President's peculiarities of style. It was Clevelandesque to the core. All his protuberant characteristics are there: the leviathanic egotism, the profound and tenebrous ponderosity, the labored intricacy of the commonplace, the pedagogic moralizing, the oracular inconsequence. How absurdly obvious it all is now, and how inexplicable that the glamour of high place should ever have clothed such matter as his with the seeming of philosophy and ...
— The Arena - Volume 18, No. 92, July, 1897 • Various



Words linked to "Ponderosity" :   heaviness, ponderous, weightiness, massiveness, ponderousness



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