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Large in size - thesaurus

Synonyms

large

adjective

bigger than usual in size

big

adjective

large in size

high

adjective

large in size from the top to the ground

enormous

adjective

very large in size or quantity

great

adjective

bigger or more than is usual

huge

adjective

extremely large in size

vast

adjective

extremely large

immense

adjective

extremely large

wide

adjective

very large

king-size

adjective

very large

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a good many/few

adjective

fairly large in amount, size, range etc

beyond measure

very large or great

bulbous

adjective

big and round, or shaped like an onion

bulky

adjective

too big to be carried or stored easily

bulky

adjective

big and thick

bulky

adjective

big, wide, and solid

bumper

adjective

bigger or more successful than usual

capacious

adjective

formal large enough to contain a lot of things easily

cavernous

adjective

a cavernous room or building is very large and dark

clumsy

adjective

a clumsy object is too large and heavy to be useful

clunky

adjective

informal large, solid, and heavy in a way that is not attractive

colossal

adjective

extremely great or large

commodious

adjective

formal very large, with a lot of space inside

considerable

adjective

large in size, amount, or degree

copious

adjective

formal large, or in large amounts

cosmic

adjective

often humorous very big, important, or difficult to understand

cumbersome

adjective

large, heavy, and difficult to move or carry

elephantine

adjective

formal very large, slow, and not graceful

expansive

adjective

including many things or a large area

explosive

adjective

very large in size, amount, or importance and happening over a very short period of time

extensive

adjective

spreading over a large area

fabulous

adjective

very large or great

fantastic

adjective

informal extremely large

full-scale

adjective

a full-scale model or drawing of something is as big as the real thing

full-size

adjective

a full-size model or drawing of something is as big as the real thing

gaping

adjective

a gaping hole or space is very large

gargantuan

adjective

extremely big

giant

adjective

extremely large

gigantic

adjective

extremely large

ginormous

adjective

humorous extremely large

great

adjective

spoken used for emphasizing the physical size of something or someone

great

adjective

mainly literary very large and impressive

handsome

adjective

large and generous

hefty

adjective

large and heavy

hulking

adjective

very large and heavy in appearance, especially in a way that seems ugly or frightening

humongous

adjective

informal extremely large and impressive

humungous

another spelling of humongous

immeasurable

adjective

formal a distance or quality that is immeasurable is so large or extreme that it cannot be measured

imposing

adjective

large and impressive

impressive

adjective

if something is impressive, you admire it, for example because it is very good, large, or shows great skill

inordinate

adjective

formal much more than you would usually expect: used for emphasizing how large something is or how much of something there is

jumbo

adjective

larger than other things of the same type

king-size

adjective

bigger than usual

larger-than-life

adjective

much larger than normal and so likely to attract people’s attention

large-scale

adjective

a large-scale map or plan is one that is big enough to show a lot of details

largish

adjective

fairly big

long

adjective

a long book, letter, report etc has a lot of pages

macro

adjective

large, or considered in a general way

mammoth

adjective

very large

man-sized

adjective

very large or larger than usual

man-sized

adjective

as big as a man

massive

adjective

very large or heavy

measurable

adjective

large enough to be measured, noticed, or important

measureless

adjective

literary too large to be measured

mighty

adjective

mainly literary very large, powerful, or impressive

monster

adjective

informal very large

monstrous

adjective

very large and often ugly or frightening

monumental

adjective

very large and solid

mountainous

adjective

mainly literary very large or difficult

mythic

adjective

extremely large or great in a way that does not seem real

noble

adjective

literary large and impressive

of biblical proportions

very big or important, especially in a bad or unpleasant way

outsize

adjective

much larger than usual

overblown

adjective

mainly literary an overblown object is too big or too brightly decorated to be attractive

overdeveloped

adjective

too large, or too strong

oversized

adjective

much larger than usual

oversized

adjective

used about things that you think are larger than they should be

palatial

adjective

a palatial building is very large with impressive decorations

princely

adjective

very large, beautiful, or impressive, like something that would belong to a prince

puffed up

adjective

puffy

puffy

adjective

big, round, and light

roomy

adjective

large and providing you with a lot of space

significant

adjective

very large or noticeable

sizable

another spelling of sizeable

sizeable

adjective

fairly large

socking great

Britishinformal extremely big

stonking

adjective

Britishinformal old-fashioned used for emphasizing how big or how good something is

stupendous

adjective

very impressive, large, or surprising

substantial

adjective

large and strongly built

superior

adjective

greater in size or power

swingeing

adjective

British large and likely to cause serious difficulty or harm

thumping

adjective

Britishinformal used for emphasizing how big or good something is

titanic

adjective

extremely large, powerful, or important

triple

adjective

three times bigger than the usual size or amount

unwieldy

adjective

formal large or heavy and difficult to handle or carry

voluminous

adjective

formal a voluminous container is able to hold a large amount

walk-in

adjective

large enough to walk into

walloping

adjective

spoken very big

whacking

adjective

Britishspoken used for emphasis, especially for saying that something is very big

whopping

adjective

informal extremely large

writ large

in a bigger form

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