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Synonyms for big

notably above average in amount, size, or scope

having reached full growth and development

carrying a developing fetus within the uterus

full to the point of flowing over

willing to give of oneself and one's possessions

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above average in size or number or quantity or magnitude or extent

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significant

very intense

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loud and firm

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conspicuous in position or importance

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prodigious

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feeling self-importance

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marked by intense physical force

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generous and understanding and tolerant

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in an advanced stage of pregnancy

in a boastful manner

on a grand scale

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While the program has received only enough money to carry it through to the end of March, Big Smoke is confident that UtiliCorp will continue funding it.
The other three projects, GCP, MS Peg and Big Smoke all lie within the Kimberly Gold Trend.
Tim Lord, chief executive of the TMA, pointed out: "Even allowing for this in-built bias, the Big Smoke Debate's own results show that almost six out of ten (57%) people preferred a mix of smoking and non-smoking areas in pubs and bars compared with four out of ten (43%) who opted for 'completely smokefree'.
At this rate I wonder could we possibly see city folk and the Honourable Members of Parliament who stay in the Big Smoke during the week perhaps being less critical of how the countryside deals with the same problem?
The 19-member provincial hockey team was organized by three southern Alberta police officers -- Montgomery and Wolfleg of the Siksika Nation Police Service and Constable Willie Big Smoke of the Okotoks RCMP detachment.
55 in the Big Smoke - both appreciably better than the PS6.
The West Lothian man had young 12-year old son Jack eagerly helping pack-up dad's belongings for the trip to the big smoke and a fourth PGA showing.
TWO talented teenagers from Stockton are headed to the Big Smoke on an expenses paid VIP weekend after winning a national competition run by one of their favourite authors.
And now I wish I had, because I'd always seen the band's potential - back in the days when they were still Valleys wannabe rock stars working dead-end jobs by day and travelling up to the Big Smoke at weekends in the battered, yellow van that drummer Stuart Cable delivered school dinners in, to rock out in front of bored bar staff in under-attended, sticky-carperted pub lounges.
One woman show The Big Smoke will be performed as part of a double bill at the Unity theatre next week during the city's annual Physical Fest.
And he tweeted: "It makes me laugh when my Scots pals say wanna go to the big smoke .
Matt grew up in Easington, County Durham, but has for years now lived in the Big Smoke.
The bubbly voice of breakfast radio will be jacking in Cardiff for the big smoke at the end of this year.
The figures echo the findings of a recent internet-based poll of West Midlanders, the Big Smoke Debate, in which 86 per cent of people said they supported a ban on smoking in enclosed public spaces.
IN RESPONSE to the article by Alice Fordham (Liverpool Daily Post, August 10) ``80% back blanket smoking ban'', discussing the Big Smoke Debate figures.
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