superimmense

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super- +‎ immense

Adjective

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superimmense (comparative more superimmense, superlative most superimmense)

  1. (rare) Extremely immense; of exceptional immensity.
    • 1987, Godfrey Anstruther, Opening the Scrolls: Essays in Catholic History in Honour of Godfrey Anstruther[1], Downside Abbey, →ISBN, page 41:
      These holy things are to be adored with that worship of latria which does not belong to anything else except the superimmense and supertremendous hypostasis of the divine Word (in Ps 133:3).
    • 2011, Rebecca Zorach, The Passionate Triangle[2], University of Chicago Press, →ISBN, page 21:
      They are not only triadic but also triangular: following Boethius’s notion of figured (geometric) number, Roussel sees the “number” of the human mind as a triangle that echoes the “superimmense” triangle of the divine mind: This triangle is not so much a number as the principle of number, not so much a figure as its principle, equally prior to every number and figure.
    • 2018, Bradford McCall, A Modern Relation of Theology and Science Assisted by Emergence and Kenosis[3], Wipf & Stock, →ISBN, page 54:
      "Emergence selects the restricted world of the real from the superimmense world of the possible."
    • 2018 December 11, Ali Shibil Roshan, “Analysis: Examining the permutations and combinations thrown up by India’s AFC Asian Cup squad”, in khelnow.com[4]:
      Sandesh Jhingan and Anas Edathodika have formed a great partnership at the heart of the defence and have been there to hold fort everytime[sic] India faced stiff competition. However, the duo has only delivered mediocre performances for Kerala Blasters. Jhingan may have maintained similar figures from last season, but he has not rendered superimmense performances.