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1. Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0
adult, aggrandized, ample, apotheosized, arrogant, arty, awash, awesome, awful, awfully, beatified, benevolent, big boy, big cheese, big noise, big shot, big-league, big-name, big-time, bighearted, bigwig, bigwigged, bombastic, brimful, brimming, bull, bumper, canonized, capacious, chivalrous, chock-full, cloyed, clumsy, commodious, comprehensive, condescending, consequential, considerable, considerate, copious, crammed, crowded, damned, deified, distended, domineering, double-barreled, earthshaking, elevated, eminent, ennobled, enshrined, enthroned, exalted, excellent, expectant, expecting, extensive, extravagant, extremely, fat, flushed, full to bursting, gassy, generous, glorified, glutted, gone, goodly, grand, gravid, great, great gun, great of heart, greathearted, greatly, grown, grown-up, handsome, haughty, healthy, heavy, heavyweight, hefty, held in awe, heroic, high, high and mighty, high-faluting, high-flown, high-headed, high-minded, high-nosed, high-powered, high-sounding, high-swelling, highfalutin, highfaluting, hoity-toity, hugely, hulking, husky, idealistic, immortal, immortalized, important, imposing, inflated, knightly, large, large-scale, largehearted, liberal, lion, lofty, magnanimous, magnified, major, man-sized, marriable, marriageable, material, mature, maturescent, meaningful, mighty, momentous, much, name, noble, noble-minded, nubile, numerous, of age, of marriageable age, old, openhanded, overbearing, overblown, overflowing, packed, parturient, patronizing, pretentious, princely, proud, purse-proud, replete, roomy, sainted, sanctified, sated, satiated, satisfied, self-important, shrined, significant, sizable, spacious, stuck-up, stuffed, sublime, substantial, supereminent, superior, swollen, tall, throned, tidy, toplofty, unwieldy, uppish, uppity, upstage, voluminous, weighty, whacking, whopping, windy, world-shaking
Dictionary Results for big:
1. WordNet® 3.0 (2006)
big
    adv 1: extremely well; "his performance went over big"
    2: in a boastful manner; "he talked big all evening" [syn:
       boastfully, vauntingly, big, large]
    3: on a grand scale; "think big" [ant: small]
    4: in a major way; "the play failed big at the box office"
    adj 1: above average in size or number or quantity or magnitude
           or extent; "a large city"; "set out for the big city"; "a
           large sum"; "a big (or large) barn"; "a large family";
           "big businesses"; "a big expenditure"; "a large number of
           newspapers"; "a big group of scientists"; "large areas of
           the world" [syn: large, big] [ant: little, small]
    2: significant; "graduation was a big day in his life"
    3: very intense; "a bad headache"; "in a big rage"; "had a big
       (or bad) shock"; "a bad earthquake"; "a bad storm" [syn:
       bad, big]
    4: loud and firm; "a big voice"; "big bold piano sounds"
    5: conspicuous in position or importance; "a big figure in the
       movement"; "big man on campus"; "he's very large in financial
       circles"; "a prominent citizen" [syn: big, large,
       prominent]
    6: prodigious; "big spender"; "big eater"; "heavy investor"
       [syn: big(a), heavy(a)]
    7: exhibiting self-importance; "big talk" [syn: boastful,
       braggart(a), bragging(a), braggy, big, cock-a-hoop,
       crowing, self-aggrandizing, self-aggrandising]
    8: feeling self-importance; "too big for his britches"; "had a
       swelled head"; "he was swelled with pride" [syn: big,
       swelled, vainglorious]
    9: (of animals) fully developed; "an adult animal"; "a grown
       woman" [syn: adult, big, full-grown, fully grown,
       grown, grownup]
    10: marked by intense physical force; "a big wind"
    11: generous and understanding and tolerant; "a heart big enough
        to hold no grudges"; "that's very big of you to be so
        forgiving"; "a large and generous spirit"; "a large heart";
        "magnanimous toward his enemies" [syn: big, large,
        magnanimous]
    12: given or giving freely; "was a big tipper"; "the bounteous
        goodness of God"; "bountiful compliments"; "a freehanded
        host"; "a handsome allowance"; "Saturday's child is loving
        and giving"; "a liberal backer of the arts"; "a munificent
        gift"; "her fond and openhanded grandfather" [syn: big,
        bighearted, bounteous, bountiful, freehanded,
        handsome, giving, liberal, openhanded]
    13: in an advanced stage of pregnancy; "was big with child";
        "was great with child" [syn: big(p), enceinte,
        expectant, gravid, great(p), large(p), heavy(p),
        with child(p)]

2. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Big \Big\ (b[i^]g), a. [Compar. Bigger; superl. Biggest.]
   [Perh. from Celtic; cf. W. beichiog, beichiawg, pregnant,
   with child, fr. baich burden, Arm. beac'h; or cf. OE. bygly,
   Icel. biggiligr, (properly) habitable; (then) magnigicent,
   excellent, fr. OE. biggen, Icel. byggja, to dwell, build,
   akin to E. be.]
   1. Having largeness of size; of much bulk or magnitude; of
      great size; large. "He's too big to go in there." --Shak.
      [1913 Webster]

   2. Great with young; pregnant; swelling; ready to give birth
      or produce; -- often figuratively.
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            [Day] big with the fate of Cato and of Rome.
                                                  --Addison.
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   3. Having greatness, fullness, importance, inflation,
      distention, etc., whether in a good or a bad sense; as, a
      big heart; a big voice; big looks; to look big. As applied
      to looks, it indicates haughtiness or pride.
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            God hath not in heaven a bigger argument. --Jer.
                                                  Taylor.
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   Note: Big is often used in self-explaining compounds; as,
         big-boned; big-sounding; big-named; big-voiced.
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   To talk big, to talk loudly, arrogantly, or pretentiously.
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            I talked big to them at first.        --De Foe.
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   Syn: Bulky; large; great; massive; gross.
        [1913 Webster] Big

3. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Big \Big\, Bigg \Bigg\, v. t. [OE. biggen, fr. Icel. byggja to
   inhabit, to build, b?a (neut.) to dwell (active) to make
   ready. See Boor, and Bound.]
   To build. [Scot. & North of Eng. Dial.] --Sir W. Scott.
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4. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Big \Big\, Bigg \Bigg\, n. [OE. bif, bigge; akin to Icel. bygg,
   Dan. byg, Sw. bjugg.] (Bot.)
   Barley, especially the hardy four-rowed kind.
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         "Bear interchanges in local use, now with barley, now
         with bigg."                              --New English
                                                  Dict.
   [1913 Webster] Big

5. V.E.R.A. -- Virtual Entity of Relevant Acronyms (February 2016)
BIG
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