Deviating from or transgressing the usual measure or rule; abnormal.Spreading or extending beyond certain limits; redundant.Greatly surpassing the common measure; exceeding the usual size: as, enormous debts; a man of enormous size.Extremely wicked; uncommonly atrocious: as, enormous crime or guilt.Disordered; perverse.Synonyms Enormous, Immense, Excessive, huge, vast, monstrous, prodigious, gigantic, immoderate, unwieldy. The first three words agree in expressing greatness, and the first two vastness; anything, however small, is excessive if for some special reason too great in amount. Literally, enormous is out of rule, out of proportion; immense, unmeasured, immeasurable; excessive, going beyond bounds, surpassing what is fit, right, tolerable, etc. Enormous is peculiarly applicable to magnitude, primarily physical, but also moral: as, enormous egotism; immense, to extent, quantity, and number: as, an immense national debt; immense folly; excessive, to degree: as, an excessive dose; an excessive opinion of one's own merits.Villainous, Abominable, etc. (see nefarious); heinous, atrocious.