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Duponchel's schemes of agricultural improvement are so grandiose in their nature, so vast in their sphere of operation, and so important in their possible effects upon immense tracts of the earth's surface, that they must be considered as projects of geographical revolution, and they therefore merit more than a passing notice. "The Earth as Modified by Human Action" by George P. Marsh
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A. grandiose. B. copious. C. paltry. D. majestic. E. slipshod. 3. LOYAL. A.
obstinate. B. allegiant. C. florid. D. perfidious. E. problematic. 4. AGGRAVATE. A.
1 large and impressive in size, grandeur, extent, or conception <a grandiose plan
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1. grandiose (adj.) impressive because of unnecessary largeness or grandeur;
used to show disapproval. Synonyms: impressive. Antonyms: unimpressive ...