Adjectives for Dimensions | Words to describe Dimensions

  • Same
  • Interior
  • Ordinary
  • General
  • Herculean
  • Full
  • Ample
  • Apparent
  • Overall
  • Disastrous
  • Truly-Formidable
  • True
  • Considerable
  • Vast
  • Enormous
  • Actual
  • Stupendous
  • Pigmy
  • Many
  • Average
  • Equal
  • Large
  • Small
  • Gigantic
  • Narrow
  • Similar
  • Pathological
  • Mean
  • Insignificant
  • Scanty
  • Former
  • Relative
  • Minute
  • Proper
  • Untested
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    • 1. That they should be completely transparent through such enormous dimensions shows their extreme tenuity. πŸ”Š
    • 2. They lay but a single white egg, the average dimensions of which are slightly smaller than those of the common Fulmar. πŸ”Š
    • 3. In weight, the Earth is five and a half times heavier than would be a globe of water of the same dimensions. πŸ”Š
    • 4. The front chamber, having practically the same dimensions, extends directly back for 50 feet, then makes a turn. πŸ”Š
    • 5. There the surmounting chapel grows, assumes vast dimensions, and ends by embracing the altar itself, of which at first it was but an adjunct. πŸ”Š
    • 6. The largest nut obtained had overall dimensions of 1 x 3/4 x 1 inches in width, thickness and depth. πŸ”Š
    • 7. In them, too, the Egyptian taste for ample dimensions and luxuriant decoration is more freely indulged. πŸ”Š
    • 8. The grain will swell, at first slowly and then very rapidly, and the flask will resume its former dimensions, or burst if it is not watched. πŸ”Š
    • 9. It is of large dimensions, lined with tiles, and provided with a gutter or trench to conduct the water drawn to the different watering-places. πŸ”Š
    • 10. It was composed of 8 square towers, one over the other, in all 670 feet high, and the same dimensions on each side on the ground. πŸ”Š
    • 11. Most of the bells to be seen in the pagodas are of small dimensions, and differing in shape somewhat from those used in Europe. πŸ”Š
    • 12. In the apparent dimensions of the fixed stars, in their distance, in their relative position with regard to each other, he could observe no change. πŸ”Š
    • 13. These spots, which appear of insignificant dimensions to the observers on the Earth, are in reality absolutely gigantic. πŸ”Š
    • 14. The glirine or rodent animals are generally of small or moderate size, though some, like the water-loving capybara, are of considerable dimensions. πŸ”Š
    • 15. His portraits, particularly those of small dimensions, take high rank among those which the Dutch school in its glory produced. πŸ”Š
    • 16. In one of his works he does not hesitate to use three orchestras, three choruses (all of full dimensions), four organs, and a triple quartet. πŸ”Š
    • 17. These are eminently suitable, provided that the site is suitable, and that the relative dimensions of the house are favourable to efficient ventilation. πŸ”Š
    • 18. From the small shining objects which are brought to our knowledge by the sense of sight, the reason rises to the true dimensions of those tremendous worlds. πŸ”Š
    • 19. A few examples of Theodor de Keijser, though of small dimensions, rank among the best specimens of this painter. πŸ”Š
    • 20. The house, which was of scanty dimensions, cost L700 exclusive of a ground rent of L15 a year given for the site. πŸ”Š
    • 21. Not only is the mass of women better fitted than ever before for worthy occupation, there has never been a time nor a country in which their traditionary sphere has shrunk to so small dimensions. πŸ”Š
    • 22. The shop had been newly painted, a looking-glass of considerable dimensions had been added, and the whole wore the appearance of a more thriving establishment. πŸ”Š
    • 23. Here that redoubted warrior is represented spearing an elephant; again he is kneeling and taking aim at a lion, whose claws are of truly-formidable dimensions. πŸ”Š
    • 24. By the morning of August 4, the American panic in Berlin began to assume truly disastrous dimensions. πŸ”Š
    • 25. To reduce these abnormalities means to secure a more stable equilibrium and thus to avoid social damages, and at the same time to prevent the growth of the abnormality to pathological dimensions. πŸ”Š
    • 26. Later, he turned to historical compositions of small dimensions; but his real talent lay in the representation of architectural monuments, and scenes inside city walls. πŸ”Š
    • 27. At that instant my world was of small dimensions, consisting of only so much earth as that impassive red man and the open-hearted, honest patriot officer stood upon. πŸ”Š
    • 28. One of the party was six feet seven inches high, and all his herculean dimensions were in proportion; his features, too, were cast in a mould suitable to his stature. πŸ”Š
    • 29. The interior dimensions of this portion of the resonator can be greatly modified by movements of the jaw, the soft palate, and the tongue, while the shape and form of its orifice is modified by the lips. πŸ”Š
    • 30. From thence we saw before us a beautiful plain, as we judged, about four miles across, in the direction of our course, and of similar dimensions from east to west. πŸ”Š
    • 31. Further, some of the early forms, as the OrthoceratidΓ¦, attain to gigantic dimensions, being six feet or more in length, and nearly a foot in diameter. πŸ”Š
    • 32. They consist, in general, of a room fifteen feet square, forming a kind of open verandah, with an interior chamber of the same dimensions, to which admittance is gained by a narrow doorway. πŸ”Š
    • 33. Compared with the pigmy dimensions of my father's wooden hovel, the buildings before me were of gigantic loftiness. πŸ”Š
    • 34. When a man has stinted and economized all his life on a New England hillside amid stones and stumps, the jungle takes the load off his soul and sets him free in a universe of new and untested dimensions. πŸ”Š
    • 35. Then the stem contracts to ordinary dimensions, and leaf and blossom expand into things which may well be a joy to the botanist's eye. πŸ”Š
    • 36. A well-organised, carefully instructed army of no mean dimensions, in the uniform of the lout and vagabond, would rise like a flash of light before the dazzled, panic-stricken populace, and Marlanx would be master. πŸ”Š
    • 37. In the space of about four years, the houses surrounding one large square, called Belgrave, have been erected, some of them finished and occupied, and several others, of nearly equal dimensions and value, completed. πŸ”Š
    • 38. Even the Elizabethan world picture, with its concentric rings of authority - God, king, man, animals - reflects this new found way of contending with the simultaneity of action of many dimensions at once. πŸ”Š
    • 39. He has anxiously endeavored to call up a recollection of what he saw of that portly personage; and has ever since kept a curious eye on all gentlemen of more than ordinary dimensions, whom he has seen getting into stage coaches. πŸ”Š

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