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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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Mr Bellis said: "It is a shame to hear we are losing another big name.
As Kings XI Punjab coach, Bangar first raised eyebrows by retaining It is true that big names have a certain aura, but at the end of the day, you need performance.
He said Pietersen is still a big name in India and the IPL side was looking to get associated with some big name players.
Most of the city's other clubs have yet to announce their big names for the new year, but a little digging has revealed that club brand Godskitchen is hosting a night at Air in Digbeth featuring, among others, Paul 00 Flemming, Brandon Block and Tall Paul.
Fife-born Edith, 37 - who hosts weekend morning shows - Sara Cox, 36, and Family Fortunes host Vernon Kay, 37, are among the big names whose jobs could be in doubt in the shake-up by acting controller Ben Cooper.
For us it is a big game against big names in a very famous stadium.
Byline: Simon Cowell and Cheryl Cole were among the big names who turned out to honour the nation's unsung heroes.
It can be easy to overlook the fact that the overwhelming majority of businesses are not big names at all.
Big names are big draws for satellite radio providers XM and Sirius, which have concluded that niche music and news programming won't attract the numbers of listeners required to make pay-radio viable.
details its history and impact from early to modern times in a survey which traces the big names of vaudeville and the attraction and representation of its shows.
The Gap, Toys 'R Us, Swatch, and Red Lobster all have made Times Square home to their crown jewel stores and a slew of other big names have plans to enter the neighborhood in similar fashion.
Outsider Allen Gift took his chance in 2002, the year the big names bit the dust early
But big names in the business arena are few and far between.
PI CAN'T understand the scorn poured on Blues for trying to sign big names.