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Big

Pronunciation of Big
/bˈɪɡ/, /bˈɪɡ/, /b_ˈɪ_ɡ/

Synonyms for big:

Sense 5

extravagant, volume, pretty, tot, shadow, unqualified, best, overflow, drop, violent, very, shot, crawl, depth, brother, cold, spell, sister, shower, triple, respectable, damned, implicit, moderate, hint, grade, ultimate, time, acute.

Sense 6

bit, solid, faint, fine, severe, noble, spot, host, production, score, trifle, piece, amount, fierce, absolute, cloud, breath, remote, trace, way, wanting.

Sense 7

gone, complete, pour, flow, measure, explosive, stiff, cataclysm, positive, burning, load, reasonable.

Sense 8

perfect, dead, thick, superior, pass, no., stage, step, weight.

Sense 9

cross, shade.

Sense 10

miss, nice, flat, bang.

Sense 11

plain, point.

Sense 12

sharp.

Sense 13

clean.

Sense 14

body.

Sense 16

beat.

a great deal

mountain, heap, profusion, barrel, abundance, wealth, pack, world, lot, power, much, sight, pile, mass, plenty.

considerable

good.

fat

lumpish, porky, potbellied, burly, obese, plump, blowzy, well-fed, rotund, falstaffian, squat, buxom, cherubic, meaty, podgy, tubby, dumpy, pudgy, roly-poly, chubby.

lofty

tall.

the least bit

ounce, shred, whit, diddly, hoot, jot, iota.

to a greater extent

better, more.

Other synonyms and related words:

developed, gravid, astronomic, conspicuous, momentous, august, full-grown, tall, vehement, bighearted, full, full-fledged, outstanding, distinguished, greathearted, extravagant, astronomical, powerful, magnanimous, consequential, adult, grown, loud, tidy, bombastic, substantial, ripe, goodly, mature, noble, important, bumper, full-blown, considerable, prominent, heavy.

acceptable (adjective)

goodish.

all (adjective)

heavy, large.

arrogant (adjective)

bragging, proud, boastful, imposing, overblown.

bigger (adjective)

major.

boastful (adjective)

self-aggrandizing.

burly (adjective)

powerful, well-built, hulky.

celebrated (adjective)

numero uno.

enthusiastic (adjective)

wholehearted.

generous (adjective)

greathearted, Great-hearted, noble, openhanded, bighearted, liberal, lofty, chivalrous, princely, magnanimous, heroic, free, unselfish.

grown (adjective)

elder, tall, adult, full-grown, mature.

high (adjective)

sky-high.

important (adjective)

material, popular, serious, paramount, meaningful, momentous, leading, powerful, significant, big league, principal, consequential, main, prominent, super, weighty, major league.

large (adjective)

expansive, comprehensive, spacious, enormous, towering, tremendous, baggy, large, extensive, mammoth, lofty, awesome, huge, magnificent, bulky, grandiose, humongous, gargantuan, elephantine, majestic, copious, prodigious, princely, great, gigantic, massive, sizable, capacious, cavernous, giant, roomy, vast, ample, grand, immense, generous, voluminous, impressive, colossal, soaring.

large, great (adjective)

extensive, commodious, vast, enormous, voluminous, walloping, brimming, massive, fat, prodigious, monster, awash, husky, oversize, bulky, hulking, immense, full, copious, ponderous, considerable, spacious, sizable, humongous, hefty, roomy, substantial, burly, capacious, heavyweight, strapping, whopper, ample, huge, jumbo, gigantic, whopping, mammoth, colossal, tremendous.

numerous (adjective)

zillion.

overweight (adjective)

fat, stout.

pregnant (adjective)

gravid, parturient.

size (adjective)

amplitudinous, expansive, great, broad, measurable, portly, corpulent, large, high, long, sizable, extensive, magnificent, chunky, bulky, wide, voluminous, dimensional.

successful (adjective)

glorious, well-established, look back, undefeated, productive, go-go, all-right, lethal, established, upwardly mobile, top-rated, self-made, brilliant, distinguished, ascendant, breakout, thriving, swimmingly, successful, Vaunted, meteoric, bumper, halcyon, high-flying, growth, golden, bestselling, triumphant, ahead.

Sense 1 (noun)

widely.

Sense 2 (noun)

grown up, top-rated, well-received, elder, popular, acclaimed, viral.

Sense 3 (noun)

brisk, accredited, anticompetitive, all-night, bloated, business-to-business, business, collective, brick-and-mortar.

Sense 4 (noun)

bang, healthy, bow-wow, good, cross, cold, tidy, birdie, boo-boo, bunny, choo-choo.

Sense 5 (noun)

fraternal twin, brotherhood, ripe, developed, full-fledged, conjoined twin, BRO, brother, half-brother, br, full-blown, half sister.

Sense 6 (noun)

pregnant, Expecting, parturient, gone.

Sense 7 (noun)

brimful, rich, awash, brimming, overflowing.

Sense 8 (noun)

historic, substantial, consequential, material, meaningful.

Sense 9 (noun)

Large-hearted, big-hearted, Great-hearted, unselfish.

big (noun)

extensive, cosmic, bigger, heavy, mountainous, macro, crowing, hulking, self-aggrandising, bouffant, enormous, double, puffy, handsome, large-scale, bragging, larger, outsize, wide-ranging, largish, boastfully, freehanded, walloping, colossal, titanic, great, outsized, bulky, epic, oversize, mammoth, larger-than-life, jumbo, super, spacious, voluminous, giving, wide, proud, whopping, immense, vauntingly, bighearted, bad, queen-size, life-sized, tremendous, bountiful, astronomic, ample, sizeable, obvious, galactic, self-aggrandizing, whacking, queen-sized, hulky, boastful, prodigious, lifesize, adult, life-size, biggish, gigantic, giant, openhanded, biggest, monolithic, braggy, important, monstrous, cock-a-hoop, fully grown, humongous, prominent, greatest, magnanimous, oversized, full-grown, largest, vainglorious, capacious, plumping, deep, rangy, sizable, enlarged, liberal, momentous, extended, monumental, grown, volumed, gargantuan, thumping, heroic, of import, huge, king-size, loud, vast, astronomical, broad, king-sized, mature, bounteous, massive, full-size, banner, intense, braggart, swelled, stupendous, large, too large, significant, man-sized, overlarge, elephantine, generous, conspicuous, blown-up, grownup.

fat (noun)

fat, buxom, chubby, stout, overweight, plump, tubby, obese.

with child (noun)

pregnant, Expecting, parturient.

Usage examples for big:

  • " Why," said Eden suddenly, " don't we fix those big doors into your studio so they will open? - "Youth and the Bright Medusa", Willa Cather.
  • She was alone in the big room... - "Mr. Achilles", Jennette Lee.
  • It is very big and very beautiful. - "Pélléas and Mélisande", Maurice Maeterlinck.

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