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  • as insubstantial
  • as inbig deal

synonyms for big-deal

  • big
  • consequential
  • considerable
  • extraordinary
  • generous
  • hefty
  • large
  • massive
  • meaningful
  • serious
  • significant
  • sizable
  • solid
  • steady
  • strong
  • valuable
  • vast
  • material
  • abundant
  • bulky
  • durable
  • firm
  • goodly
  • heavy
  • heavyweight
  • key
  • major-league
  • momentous
  • plentiful
  • principal
  • sound
  • stable
  • stout
  • sturdy
  • superabundant
  • tidy
  • weighty
  • well-built
  • worthwhile
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antonyms for big-deal

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  • broken
  • inconsiderable
  • insignificant
  • intermittent
  • little
  • meaningless
  • miniature
  • minor
  • selfish
  • slight
  • small
  • soft
  • tiny
  • trivial
  • unimportant
  • untrustworthy
  • useless
  • weak
  • worthless
  • ethereal
  • impoverished
  • mental
  • poor
  • spiritual
  • unsubstantial
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