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Big Adjective Synonyms
tall, grown, mature, grown-up, large
Christopher is certainly big for his age.
important, prominent, illustrious, noteworthy, notable, renowned, eminent, distinguished, esteemed
Mr. Johnson is a big man in our town.
capital, large, upper case, majuscule
Always spell London with a big L.
large, great, grand, huge, enormous, immense, gigantic, giant, tremendous, colossal, Brobdingnagian, jumbo, socking or whacking big or great, humongous
We live in a big house in the country.
important, significant, outstanding, weighty, consequential, major, grave, momentous, notable, noteworthy, telling
Changing careers can be one of the biggest decisions of your life.
ample, hefty, huge, bulky, fat, obese, large, hulking, beefy, burly, brawny, strapping, gargantuan, elephantine, enormous, gigantic, immense, monstrous
The sumo wrestler was one of the biggest men I'd ever seen.
generous, magnanimous, charitable, unselfish, giving
It was very big of her to take on the support of the orphanage.
popular, famous, well-known, successful
That band is very big with the kids these days.
Big Adverb Synonyms
successfully, well, oustandingly,effectively
I think your speech went over big with those opposed to the new budget.
pompously, boastfully, conceitedly, arrogantly, pretentiously
Alfred talks big at home, but he's very modest when he's with his friends.
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