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Example Sentences for big

How would it be if we were to lay him in that little hollow and cover him with big stones?

He was big and upstanding, with a look of honesty that Pen liked.

He said "Yes" dreamily, and she ran off towards the big house.

The big desert farmer was staring at Sara, horror in every line of his face.

Seven boys had come to a halt in the heart of the big woods.

The Big Boss, as he loved to call Jim, was looking very tired.

I 've known her ever since she was a little tad not big enough to walk.

Sara had once actually found her crying over a big package of them.

Now "Mouser" was Farmer Green's big, yellow-eyed, black cat!

And Clif was seated in the stern, heading for the big merchantman.

Word Origin & History of - big

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The Definition of - big (adv)

    adjective, bigger, biggest.
    1.
    large, as in size, height, width, or amount:
    a big house; a big quantity.
    2.
    of major concern, importance, gravity, or the like:
    a big problem.
    3.
    outstanding for a specified quality:
    a big liar; a big success.
    4.
    important, as in influence, standing, or wealth:
    a big man in his field.
    5.
    grown-up; mature:
    big enough to know better.
    6.
    elder:
    my big sister.
    7.
    doing business or conducted on a large scale; major in size or importance:
    big government.
    8.
    consisting of the largest or most influential companies in an industry:
    Big steel wants to lower prices, but the smaller mills don't.
    9.
    Informal. known or used widely; popular:
    Nouvelle cuisine became big in the 1970s.
    10.
    magnanimous; generous; kindly:
    big enough to forgive.
    11.
    boastful; pompous; pretentious; haughty:
    a big talker.
    12.
    loud; orotund:
    a big voice.
    13.
    (of clothing or a clothing design) made of or distinguished by voluminous fabric that is loosely or softly shaped and fitted:
    a big shirt; the big look.
    14.
    (of a wine) having more than average flavor, body, and alcoholic content.
    15.
    filled; brimming:
    eyes big with tears.
    16.
    Chiefly South Midland and Southern U.S. pregnant.
    17.
    Obsolete. very strong; powerful.
    adverb
    18.
    Informal. boastfully; pretentiously:
    to act big; to talk big.
    19.
    Informal. with great success; successfully:
    to go over big.
    noun
    20.
    the bigs, Sports Slang. the highest level of professional competition, as the major leagues in baseball.
    Idioms
    21.
    be big on, to have a special liking or enthusiasm for:
    Mother is big on family get-togethers.
    22.
    big with child. great (def 23).