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The definition of 'bigest' & the word 'bigest' in example sentences or phrases

Adjective satellite
1
significant
  1. graduation was a big day in his life
2
very intense
  1. a bad headache
  2. in a big rage
  3. had a big (or bad) shock
  4. a bad earthquake
  5. a bad storm
3
loud and firm
  1. a big voice
  2. big bold piano sounds
4
conspicuous in position or importance
  1. a big figure in the movement
  2. big man on campus
  3. he's very large in financial circles
  4. a prominent citizen
5
prodigious
  1. big spender
  2. big eater
  3. heavy investor
6
exhibiting self-importance
  1. big talk
7
feeling self-importance
  1. too big for his britches
  2. had a swelled head
  3. he was swelled with pride
8
(of animals) fully developed
  1. an adult animal
  2. a grown woman
9
marked by intense physical force
  1. a big wind
10
generous and understanding and tolerant
  1. a heart big enough to hold no grudges
  2. that's very big of you to be so forgiving
  3. a large and generous spirit
  4. a large heart
  5. magnanimous toward his enemies
11
given or giving freely
  1. was a big tipper
  2. the bounteous goodness of God
  3. bountiful compliments
  4. a freehanded host
  5. a handsome allowance
  6. Saturday's child is loving and giving
  7. a liberal backer of the arts
  8. a munificent gift
  9. her fond and openhanded grandfather
12
in an advanced stage of pregnancy
  1. was big with child
  2. was great with child
Adjective
1
above average in size or number or quantity or magnitude or extent
  1. a large city
  2. set out for the big city
  3. a large sum
  4. a big (or large) barn
  5. a large family
  6. big businesses
  7. a big expenditure
  8. a large number of newspapers
  9. a big group of scientists
  10. large areas of the world

Synonyms of the word 'bigest' & Antonyms of the word 'bigest'.

Adjective satellite
Synonymsbig, big, bad, big, big, large, prominent, big, heavy, big, cock-a-hoop, boastful, bragging, self-aggrandising, braggy, crowing, braggart, self-aggrandizing, big, vainglorious, swelled, big, full-grown, adult, grown, fully grown, grownup, big, big, large, magnanimous, big, bighearted, giving, liberal, bounteous, handsome, openhanded, freehanded, bountiful, big, great, enceinte, heavy, expectant, large, gravid, with child,
Adjective
Synonymsbig, large,
Antonymssmall, little,