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greatness is an acquisition of status by the people who have contributed to an organization, group, or purpose that is greater than themselves. It is defined by the deeds of people that make this world a better place. To provide a purpose to those who have no purpose, and to sustain it, mitigate it from damage, and praise it in any way they can, while still maintaining their own dignity and greatness.
The greatness of man is apparent by its prosperity and conspiracy.
Por Erkthecrux 24 de noviembre de 2009
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greatness the act of being great
"Wow man thats like total greatness!"
Por kelli michelle 02 de marzo de 2005
wonderful; first-rate; very good
notable; remarkable; exceptionally outstanding
important; highly significant or consequential
of noble or lofty character
also see Branden Hoffman or anyone named Branden!!
that is pure greatness
Por edge4life 27 de febrero de 2010
the status obtained when an individual or individuals contribute to an organization, team, or purpose that is greater than themselves. It is defined by individual deeds as well as deeds as a whole. Greatness is always striving to be better, no matter what level of excellence you obtain. It is not just about being the best, it also about bringing out the best in those around you. i.e. taking time to give back and serve your community and impact the world.
The LSU softball team is the essence of greatness.
Por A Fish Called Juanita 04 de junio de 2015
A word invented by Slark. A new word that mixes the word great with the word ness. It itself is greatness.
"Andy these salt and vinegar chip sticks are greatness"
Por The Procter 04 de septiembre de 2008
A person who is 'great' looking, very attractive
Mmm, that person is greatness
Por MOseS! ;) 19 de febrero de 2011
greatness (as defined by the Jumpman commercials)
Only greatness equals greatness.
Por three newtons 19 de marzo de 2004

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