great[ greyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF great
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GREAT
Yet the great lady is not careless of engagements, and the wait is never prolonged.
This festival, in honour of Dionysus, was observed with great splendour.
Stern displeasure was visible in the countenance of the great sculptor.
Ceremonies at Eleusis, in honour of Demeter, observed with great secrecy.
That shows you what life in a great city does for the morally weak.
He called them "brifiletched" and "awbsairf" with great nicety.
The money must have been too great a temptation to him and to Fred.
Now he was about to go out into the great world, and fight his own way.
The storm which commenced so suddenly was one of great violence.
His great failing was that he exaggerated--no tale ever losing anything in his charge.