Pronunciation of Great
/ɡɹˈe͡ɪt/, /ɡɹˈeɪt/, /ɡ_ɹ_ˈeɪ_t/
Antonyms for great:
little bitty, ignorant, minute, lower class, minor, contemptible, nonpregnant, bad, common, ordinary, small, paltry, unknown, inconsiderable, uncelebrated, short, lowercase, teeny, tiny, unimportant, thin, little, insignificant, low, miniature, rotten, limited, inferior, poor.
Synonyms for great:
okey-dokey, gaping, walloping, flightless, Famed, abundantly, astronomically, jumbo, king-size, royally, overdeveloped, enormously, blue-ribbon, walk-in, eye-watering, bulbous, plenteous, unnumbered, galore, crested, significant, immeasurable, ditto, significantly, widely, incalculable, fantastically, wonderfully, serious, multitudinous, gregarious, puffy, singular, far-out, large-scale, parturient, fabulously, migratory, massed, measureless, tophole, stupendous, superlatively, countless, tubular, inordinate, man-sized, fledged, powerful, glorious, heavily, ripping, profuse, commodious, web-footed, prestigious, well, topflight, whopping, titanic, of course, plum, drink to, unwieldy, inestimable, topnotch, webbed, plentiful, bulk, substantially, agreed, exactly, OOH, clunky, cushdy, numberless, innumerable, ably, precisely, legion, lavish, ducky, full-size, goodish, bewildering, boundless, a-one, unprecedented, badass, myriad.
no., illustrious, larger-than-life, macro, untold, done, fair, yes, totally, substantive, oversized, some, terrific, splendid, mass, first class, noted, overblown, The, oh, Expecting, O.K., mythic, full-fledged, valiant, full-scale, cosmic, renowned, way, rather, quite, mountainous, absolutely, yahoo, swingeing, first-rate.
important, celebrated (adjective)
grand, notable, noted, main, glorious, excellent, fine, sublime, major, renowned, chief, principal, famous, paramount, illustrious, capital, Famed, primary, august, impressive, prominent, dignified, heroic, superlative, royal, distinguished, stately, leading, regal, eminent, noble, superior, magnanimous, outstanding, lofty.
voluminous, grand, sizable, bulky, copious, ample, immense, soaring, giant, gargantuan, elephantine, expansive, roomy, vast, humongous, generous, impressive, large, gigantic, enormous, colossal, princely, big, mammoth, awesome, prodigious, grandiose, cavernous, massive, baggy, capacious, lofty, extensive, spacious, comprehensive, magnificent, tremendous, towering, huge, majestic.
aristocratic, sovereign, ladylike, queen-like, magisterial, dignified, heroic, courtly, noble, regal, august, baronial, patrician, celebrated, kingly, majestic, lordly, imperial, knightly, distinguished, imposing, royal, stately, grand, princely.
very large (adjective)
voluminous, abundant, enormous, vast, mammoth, lengthy, towering, jumbo, prodigious, oversize, gigantic, tremendous, immense, strong, inordinate, extensive, titanic, grievous, huge, humongous, high, bulky, ample, colossal, considerable, stupendous, big, long, extended.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
tophole, ace, splendid, topflight, superior, topnotch, blue-ribbon, widely, first-rate, terrific, brag, prime, superb, tiptop, fine, banner, first class, top, quality, boss, champion, a-one, excellent.
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
Sense 13 (noun)
Sense 16 (noun)
bang up, smashing, nifty, bully, enthusiastic, expectant, keen, heavy, outstanding, gravid, important, slap-up, with child, avid, majuscule, neat, large, major, high, dandy, corking, peachy, capital, big, enceinte, zealous, good, swell, distinguished, pregnant, cracking, not bad, of import, groovy, extraordinary, eager, eminent, uppercase.