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Large

Pronunciation of Large
/lˈɑːd͡ʒ/, /lˈɑːd‍ʒ/, /l_ˈɑː_dʒ/

Synonyms for large:

Sense 2

untold, mythic, historic, awful, global, herculean, terrific, mass, overblown, way, full-scale, some, fair, consequential, inclusive, os, substantive, swingeing, all-inclusive, stately, hefty.

Sense 3

meaningful, fabulous, fantastic, widespread, clumsy, cumbersome.

Sense 4

strong, monster, healthy, tidy.

Sense 5

noble, S, triple.

Sense 6

light.

Sense 7

general, explosive.

Sense 8

superior.

Sense 9

L, medium.

Sense 15

M.

ample

commodious.

conclusive

landslide.

considerable

good, substantial, pretty.

great

not a little.

imposing

mighty.

larger

better.

limitless

immeasurable.

monstrous

staggering, monstrous.

sated

Heaping.

wide

splayed.

acceptable (adjective)

goodish.

big, abundant (adjective)

giant, monumental, immense, massive, colossal, goodly, huge, jumbo, wide, tidy, gigantic, plentiful, full, mountainous, substantial, vast, grand, enormous, humongous, hefty, super, considerable, extensive, generous, gross, copious, immeasurable, comprehensive, thumping, bulky, spacious, liberal, broad, voluminous, great, capacious, sizable, whopping, stupendous, roomy, grandiose, ample.

celebrated (adjective)

outstanding.

generous (adjective)

plenteous.

heavy-laden (adjective)

L.

hulky (adjective)

hulky.

large (adjective)

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

overweight (adjective)

fat.

size (adjective)

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

Sense 2 (noun)

general.

Sense 4 (noun)

global, all-inclusive, far-reaching, broad-spectrum, inclusive, all-around, far-ranging, wide-reaching, overall, all-round, widespread.

Sense 5 (noun)

consequential, meaningful, historic.

large (noun)

pregnant, super, astronomical, epic, gigantic, monstrous, banner, whacking, plumping, thumping, greatest, galactic, walloping, boastfully, heavy, monumental, biggish, larger-than-life, orotund, tremendous, turgid, huge, macroscopical, titanic, macro, vast, rangy, largest, tumid, gross, enormous, bombastic, jumbo, rhetorical, biggest, larger, prominent, mammoth, broad, whopping, mountainous, prodigious, hulking, voluminous, with child, lifesize, expectant, sizeable, comprehensive, humongous, monolithic, giant, astronomic, blown-up, megascopic, double, gargantuan, queen-size, generous, king-sized, sizable, outsize, bouffant, man-sized, enceinte, volumed, full-size, heroic, declamatory, life-sized, deep, king-size, bigger, enlarged, significant, conspicuous, colossal, stupendous, life-size, immense, important, capacious, macroscopic, outsized, cosmic, ample, large-scale, extended, oversized, bulky, gravid, big, great, massive, largish, queen-sized, elephantine, magnanimous, wide, wide-ranging, too large, spacious, vauntingly, extensive, puffy, hulky, obvious, overlarge, oversize.

magnanimous (noun)

noble.

Usage examples for large:

  • How large an audience may be expected? - "The Art of Public Speaking", Dale Carnagey (AKA Dale Carnegie) and J. Berg Esenwein.
  • A man walked in and sat down at a large empty table. - "An Onlooker in France 1917-1919", William Orpen.
  • The large city to which I had come was indeed a novel sight. - "Life in a Thousand Worlds", William Shuler Harris.

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