Adjective Definition


1.Definition: (of animals) fully developed

Related Adjective(s):adult, grown, grownup

2.Definition: above average in size or number or quantity or magnitude or extent

"Set out for the big city", "A big (or large) barn", "Big businesses", "A big expenditure", "A big group of scientists"

Related Adjective(s):large

3.Definition: conspicuous in position or importance

"A big figure in the movement", "Big man on campus"

Related Adjective(s):large, prominent

4.Definition: exhibiting self-importance

"Big talk"

Related Adjective(s):boastful, braggart, bragging, braggy, crowing

5.Definition: feeling self-importance

"Too big for his britches"

Related Adjective(s):swelled, vainglorious

6.Definition: generous and understanding and tolerant

"A heart big enough to hold no grudges", "That's very big of you to be so forgiving"

Related Adjective(s):large, magnanimous

7.Definition: given or giving freely

"Was a big tipper"

Related Adjective(s):bighearted, bounteous, bountiful, freehanded, giving, handsome, liberal, openhanded

8.Definition: in an advanced stage of pregnancy

"Was big with child"

Related Adjective(s):enceinte, expectant, gravid, great, heavy, large

9.Definition: loud and firm

"A big voice", "Big bold piano sounds"

10.Definition: marked by intense physical force

"A big wind"

11.Definition: prodigious

"Big spender", "Big eater"

Related Adjective(s):heavy

12.Definition: significant

"Graduation was a big day in his life"

13.Definition: very intense

"In a big rage", "Had a big (or bad) shock"

Related Adjective(s):bad

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