bigness bigness  /ˈbɪɡ nəs/

Definition(s):

  • (n) the property of having a relatively great size

Usage(s):

  1. Boogie Nights, written and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, is itself a size freak; the movie is in love with bigness.
  2. It should virtually abandon the attack on bigness as such.
  3. Yet it was the phenomena of bigness which stirred up the major business argument of the year and brought an all-out attack by the Department of Justice.

News

  • A ROSE IS A ROSE IS A JUSTIN ROSE - US OPEN CHAMP

    A rose is a rose is a Justin Rose who beat out Phil Mickelson in the US Open from Pennsylvania.This is the most golf television I have ever watched with the encouragement of my son Ben and the bigness of my Toshiba. Golf seems to be a refines sport. I remember when Bay Patc opened up around 1960.The only disappointing thing was the fickle weather of the time.Good weather bad weather. Yesterday ...
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Quotes

  1. "The bigness issue and the deficit issue has been addressed," Cuellar said.
    on May 27, 2010 By: Henry Cuellar Source: ABC News

  2. "I'm interested in commerce," Bono said. "The excuse for bigness is that songs demand to be heard if they're any good. And without the kind of momentum of being in a big rock 'n' roll band, you won't get your songs heard." "We're...
    on Mar 1, 2009 By: Bono Source: Seattle Post Intelligencer

  3. "If you can neutralize those who are too big to fail, their competitive advantage, it takes away their bigness as a protection," Greenspan said.
    on Mar 31, 2009 By: Alan Greenspan Source: guardian.co.uk

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