To a very great degree; in a very large quantity: His ego is big enough to choke a horse (1940s+)
- Enough to gag a maggot
adverb phrase Very disgusting; repulsive: His excuse was enough to gag a maggot/ ”Oh, gross,” Lou Ann said. ”Gag a maggot” (1970s+)
[ih-nouns] /ɪˈnaʊns/ verb (used with object), enounced, enouncing. 1. to utter or pronounce, as words; enunciate. 2. to announce, declare, or proclaim. 3. to state definitely, as a proposition. /ɪˈnaʊns/ verb (transitive) (formal) 1. to enunciate 2. to pronounce
[en-ov-id] /ɛnˈɒv ɪd/ Trademark. 1. a brand name for a hormonal compound used in medicine in varying doses for ovulation control, adjustment of the menses, severe uterine bleeding, or threatened habitual abortion.
[ahn pa-pee-yawt] /ɑ̃ pa piˈyɔt/ adjective, adverb, French Cookery. 1. (of meat or fish) in a wrapping of foil or oiled paper: fish baked en papillote.