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Can't tell; you don't know how big pills she's been smokin'.
She's one of the build that aren't so big as they look, nor yet so small as they look.
I saw 'em fur years, with a big cuttin' out to show the cross-section.
And there was big, handsome, Eddie Arledge, whose father had treated him shabbily.
Now don't breathe a word of this, but there's a big deal on in Consolidated Copper.
I've often thought I'd go into some of these big operations here.
He is as big and brawny as Ascapart at the bar-gate at Southampton.
“Thou art a big fellow for a school,” said his uncle, looking him over.
They considered civilisation a failure because it was killing off all the big game.
That's where our big West is, over that way—isn't it fresh and green and beautiful?
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BIG
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