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“This is the center of the public discussion, and that is a very big change,” DeLauro enthused.

Then, Jessica Biel was very big around 2005-2010, and she had that scene in a bra in I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry.

So, yeah, it was a very big hiccup—one sufficiently large to jolt the heart from its regular beat.

Svein: To be very big on things, bordering on the pretentious, I see it as all of those things.

Mad Men is very big on surrogate parents on the show, and Roger always viewed Bert as a surrogate father figure.

War and Lombard Street treats only with the beginning of a very big subject.

Yours arent very big, she said, with a piteous attempt at her old lightness, but mine are.

The head on the top of this neck was broad and flat and the eyes and mouth were very big and the nose and ears very small.

He was a very big man, with great red cheeks that hung over his collar like blown bladders, and was always on stilts.

"You must have a very big public," he answered, wishing she had not put the question.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to very big, such as: colossal, considerable, enormous, gigantic, humongous, and monumental.

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