from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. Hugely; extremely; vastly.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In immense manner or degree.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To an immense extent or degree; exceedingly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. to an exceedingly great extent or degree
The Moores encourage other families to consider special-needs adoption, which they describe as immensely fulfilling, but also urge careful deliberations.
However, before the middle class is asked to pay for their share, let the rich, who benefitted immensely from the tax cuts of the last eight years pay their share first.
The US economy is currently benefiting immensely from the cheap dollar.
I personally think the corporate and political elite gain immensely from most “conspiracy” stuff, if for no other reason than it creates a climate of paranoia, and makes people reflexively shy away from particular ideas.
Note: If it seems I'm being rather vague or tight-lipped about the story or the characters, that's because this is a book whose enjoyment is derived immensely from the discovery during reading.
Just like big oil companies have an interest in debunking global warming, there are people on the left who profit immensely from the green movement.
His voice is meaningless to Americans, it represents the interests of the few who profit immensely from the system as it exists today.
Without a doubt, the women's rights movement benefits immensely from the unprecedented power of an open and accessible Internet.
CBS Corp. Chief Executive Leslie Moonves said in a recent interview that NBC Universal will be a tougher competitor under the leadership of Mr. Burke, whom he described as immensely likeable.
What will help immensely is the Obama supporters showing humility in victory towards Clinton supporters.