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bi ger

  • s  large or big relative to something else
  • a  above average in size or number or quantity or magnitude or extent
  • s  significant
  • s  very intense
  • s  loud and firm
  • s  conspicuous in position or importance
  • s  prodigious
  • s  exhibiting self-importance
  • s  feeling self-importance
  • s  (of animals) fully developed
  • s  marked by intense physical force
  • s  generous and understanding and tolerant
  • s  given or giving freely
  • s  in an advanced stage of pregnancy

  • Having bigger eyes is every girl's dream, and it can now be realized through a simple $800 operation, in which a small incision or suture is made above the eye to create an .
  • Jackie Robinson had to be bigger than life.
  • And, as vehicles got bigger and heavier, buyers sought out even bigger vehicles to make themselves feel safe.
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  • Barack Obama in Canada Free Press
    Obama has already made an attempt to evade personal responsibility for his own surge strategy when he said a couple of weeks ago "War is bigger than any one man or woman, whether a Private, or General or a President."
  • Wesley Sneijder in Washington Post
    We are so close,said Wesley Sneijder, who scored the go-ahead goal. "There is nothing bigger than the World Cup."
  • Fabio Capello in The Associated Press
    The goal was very important,Capello said. "We could have played a different style. We made some mistakes when they played the counterattack. The referee made bigger mistakes."

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