Very great in size, extent, or amount: an immense cloud. Of great scope or consequence: immense difficulty. See Synonyms at enormous. Switch to new thesaurus. Of extraordinary size and power: behemoth , Brobdingnagian , Bunyanesque , colossal , cyclopean , elephantine , enormous , gargantuan , giant , gigantesque , gigantic , herculean , heroic , huge , jumbo , mammoth , massive , massy , mastodonic , mighty , monster , monstrous , monumental , mountainous , prodigious , pythonic , stupendous , titanic , tremendous , vast. Mentioned in?
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Search Ludwig and find the best examples of use! It has been an immense pleasure to see their professional journeys. It was an immense relief.
Just how big is something if it is immense? Or merely enormous? This sense harks back to the original sense of "immense" as something which is so tremendously big that it has not or cannot be measured.