Synonyms for big-time
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Big-time Caribbean piracy had grown from very respectable origins.
You know—a feeling like a try-out before a big-time manager.
Sherwoods are big-time people, you know; a sister who's a regular somebody.
No one rejoiced more than they when they learned that he was at last in the big-time circuit.
Krasnow is a big-time operator; I've always been, you might say, in the peanut end of the game.
She's meant to be an honest-to-God woman—the kind that keeps men clean—she's meant for the big-time stuff.
Lefty's big scene at Nick's fixed it so you won't be welcome in a big-time poker game anywhere in town.
Wait till you see your name in two-foot electrics over the front of every big-time house in the country.
The little lady had completed her spring drinking and was now en route to a big-time meal-ticket scheduled to start from Chicago.
"upper reaches of a profession or pursuit," c.1910 from vaudeville slang; the phrase was common in colloquial use late 19c.-early 20c. in a broad range of senses: "party, shindig, fun, frolic."
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