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Springsteen originally wrote his first big hit, “Hungry Heart,” for the Ramones.

In 1933, the Spokane Daily Chronicle reported that “Housewives Find That Rabbit Meat on Menu Makes Big Hit With Men at Dinner.”

Zynga rode its one big hit, Farmville, to IPO riches and then crashed as soon as the trend turned.

And your 2005 Sundance short, Victoria para chino, was a pretty big hit.

The SB 1062 bill that was once a big hit is now taking one, as its own GOP supporters have started changing their minds.

He will look at the ghostly architecture silvered in the moonlight, and then he will murmur "Big hit!"

"You certainly made the big hit last night, Win," said Ida rapidly.

The Heart of a Schoolgirl made a big hit and brought Ruth no little fame in her small world.

Despite her private stage-fright, Nelly O'Neill, the new serio-comic, made a big hit.

If you can look as if you'd lost all your friends and bitten your tongue you'll make a big hit with him.

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On this page you'll find 96 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to big hit, such as: accomplishment, achievement, advance, benefit, boom, and fame.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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