Bigger: definitions, synonyms, antonyms, examples and more!

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Meanings Frequency Definitions Examples Parts of Speech Synonyms Antonyms Topic Usage Attributes
large 139 Above average in size or number or quantity or magnitude or extent a large city, set out for the big city, a large sum, a big (or large) barn, a large family, big businesses, a big expenditure, a large number of newspapers, a big group of scientists, large areas of the world Adjective ample, astronomic, bear-sized, bigger, biggish, blown-up, bouffant, broad, bulky, capacious, colossal, cosmic, deep, double, elephantine, enormous, epic, extensive, gigantic, grand, great, huge, hulking, humongous, king-size, large-mouthed, large-scale, large-scale, life-size, macro, macroscopic, man-sized, massive, massive, medium-large, monstrous, mountainous, outsize, overlarge, plumping, queen-size, rangy, super, titanic, volumed, voluminous, whacking, wide-ranging small No Data No Data size
big 107 Above average in size or number or quantity or magnitude or extent a large city, set out for the big city, a large sum, a big (or large) barn, a large family, big businesses, a big expenditure, a large number of newspapers, a big group of scientists, large areas of the world Adjective ample, astronomic, bear-sized, bigger, biggish, blown-up, bouffant, broad, bulky, capacious, colossal, cosmic, deep, double, elephantine, enormous, epic, extensive, gigantic, grand, great, huge, hulking, humongous, king-size, large-mouthed, large-scale, large-scale, life-size, macro, macroscopic, man-sized, massive, massive, medium-large, monstrous, mountainous, outsize, overlarge, plumping, queen-size, rangy, super, titanic, volumed, voluminous, whacking, wide-ranging little No Data No Data size
larger 52 Large or big relative to something else No Data Adjective large No Data No Data No Data No Data
bigger 9 Large or big relative to something else No Data Adjective large No Data No Data No Data No Data
prominent 9 Conspicuous in position or importance a big figure in the movement, big man on campus, “he’s very large in financial circles”, a prominent citizen Adjective conspicuous No Data No Data No Data No Data
big 7 Significant graduation was a big day in his life Adjective important No Data No Data Colloquialism No Data
bad 3 Very intense a bad headache, in a big rage, had a big (or bad) shock, a bad earthquake, a bad storm Adjective intense No Data No Data No Data No Data
handsome 3 Given or giving freely was a big tipper, the bounteous goodness of God, bountiful compliments, a freehanded host, a handsome allowance, “Saturday’s child is loving and giving”, a liberal backer of the arts, a munificent gift, her fond and openhanded grandfather Adjective generous No Data No Data No Data No Data
liberal 3 Given or giving freely was a big tipper, the bounteous goodness of God, bountiful compliments, a freehanded host, a handsome allowance, “Saturday’s child is loving and giving”, a liberal backer of the arts, a munificent gift, her fond and openhanded grandfather Adjective generous No Data No Data No Data No Data
big 2 Very intense a bad headache, in a big rage, had a big (or bad) shock, a bad earthquake, a bad storm Adjective intense No Data No Data No Data No Data
big 2 Loud and firm a big voice, big bold piano sounds Adjective loud No Data No Data No Data No Data
big 2 Conspicuous in position or importance a big figure in the movement, big man on campus, “he’s very large in financial circles”, a prominent citizen Adjective conspicuous No Data No Data No Data No Data
grown 2 (of animals) fully developed an adult animal, a grown woman Adjective mature No Data animal No Data No Data
gravid 2 In an advanced stage of pregnancy was big with child, was great with child Adjective pregnant No Data No Data No Data No Data
full-grown 2 (of animals) fully developed an adult animal, a grown woman Adjective mature No Data animal No Data No Data
boastful 1 Exhibiting self-importance big talk Adjective proud No Data No Data No Data No Data
adult 1 (of animals) fully developed an adult animal, a grown woman Adjective mature No Data animal No Data No Data
swelled 1 Feeling self-importance too big for his britches, had a swelled head, he was swelled with pride Adjective proud No Data No Data No Data No Data
bighearted 0 Given or giving freely was a big tipper, the bounteous goodness of God, bountiful compliments, a freehanded host, a handsome allowance, “Saturday’s child is loving and giving”, a liberal backer of the arts, a munificent gift, her fond and openhanded grandfather Adjective generous No Data No Data No Data No Data
bounteous 0 Given or giving freely was a big tipper, the bounteous goodness of God, bountiful compliments, a freehanded host, a handsome allowance, “Saturday’s child is loving and giving”, a liberal backer of the arts, a munificent gift, her fond and openhanded grandfather Adjective generous No Data No Data No Data No Data
bountiful 0 Given or giving freely was a big tipper, the bounteous goodness of God, bountiful compliments, a freehanded host, a handsome allowance, “Saturday’s child is loving and giving”, a liberal backer of the arts, a munificent gift, her fond and openhanded grandfather Adjective generous No Data No Data No Data No Data
enceinte 0 In an advanced stage of pregnancy was big with child, was great with child Adjective pregnant No Data No Data No Data No Data
freehanded 0 Given or giving freely was a big tipper, the bounteous goodness of God, bountiful compliments, a freehanded host, a handsome allowance, “Saturday’s child is loving and giving”, a liberal backer of the arts, a munificent gift, her fond and openhanded grandfather Adjective generous No Data No Data No Data No Data
giving 0 Given or giving freely was a big tipper, the bounteous goodness of God, bountiful compliments, a freehanded host, a handsome allowance, “Saturday’s child is loving and giving”, a liberal backer of the arts, a munificent gift, her fond and openhanded grandfather Adjective generous No Data No Data No Data No Data
openhanded 0 Given or giving freely was a big tipper, the bounteous goodness of God, bountiful compliments, a freehanded host, a handsome allowance, “Saturday’s child is loving and giving”, a liberal backer of the arts, a munificent gift, her fond and openhanded grandfather Adjective generous No Data No Data No Data No Data
big 0 In an advanced stage of pregnancy was big with child, was great with child Adjective pregnant No Data No Data No Data No Data
magnanimous 0 Generous and understanding and tolerant a heart big enough to hold no grudges, “that’s very big of you to be so forgiving”, a large and generous spirit, a large heart, magnanimous toward his enemies Adjective generous No Data No Data No Data No Data
expectant 0 In an advanced stage of pregnancy was big with child, was great with child Adjective pregnant No Data No Data No Data No Data
great 0 In an advanced stage of pregnancy was big with child, was great with child Adjective pregnant No Data No Data No Data No Data
large 0 In an advanced stage of pregnancy was big with child, was great with child Adjective pregnant No Data No Data No Data No Data
heavy 0 In an advanced stage of pregnancy was big with child, was great with child Adjective pregnant No Data No Data No Data No Data
big 0 Given or giving freely was a big tipper, the bounteous goodness of God, bountiful compliments, a freehanded host, a handsome allowance, “Saturday’s child is loving and giving”, a liberal backer of the arts, a munificent gift, her fond and openhanded grandfather Adjective generous No Data No Data No Data No Data
big 0 (of animals) fully developed an adult animal, a grown woman Adjective mature No Data animal No Data No Data
large 0 Generous and understanding and tolerant a heart big enough to hold no grudges, “that’s very big of you to be so forgiving”, a large and generous spirit, a large heart, magnanimous toward his enemies Adjective generous No Data No Data No Data No Data
cock-a-hoop 0 Exhibiting self-importance big talk Adjective proud No Data No Data No Data No Data
large 0 Conspicuous in position or importance a big figure in the movement, big man on campus, “he’s very large in financial circles”, a prominent citizen Adjective conspicuous No Data No Data No Data No Data
big 0 Prodigious big spender, big eater, heavy investor Adjective intemperate No Data No Data No Data No Data
heavy 0 Prodigious big spender, big eater, heavy investor Adjective intemperate No Data No Data No Data No Data
braggart 0 Exhibiting self-importance big talk Adjective proud No Data No Data No Data No Data
bragging 0 Exhibiting self-importance big talk Adjective proud No Data No Data No Data No Data
braggy 0 Exhibiting self-importance big talk Adjective proud No Data No Data No Data No Data
big 0 Exhibiting self-importance big talk Adjective proud No Data No Data No Data No Data
crowing 0 Exhibiting self-importance big talk Adjective proud No Data No Data No Data No Data
big 0 Generous and understanding and tolerant a heart big enough to hold no grudges, “that’s very big of you to be so forgiving”, a large and generous spirit, a large heart, magnanimous toward his enemies Adjective generous No Data No Data No Data No Data
self-aggrandizing 0 Exhibiting self-importance big talk Adjective proud No Data No Data No Data No Data
self-aggrandising 0 Exhibiting self-importance big talk Adjective proud No Data No Data No Data No Data
big 0 Feeling self-importance too big for his britches, had a swelled head, he was swelled with pride Adjective proud No Data No Data No Data No Data
vainglorious 0 Feeling self-importance too big for his britches, had a swelled head, he was swelled with pride Adjective proud No Data No Data No Data No Data
fully grown 0 (of animals) fully developed an adult animal, a grown woman Adjective mature No Data animal No Data No Data
grownup 0 (of animals) fully developed an adult animal, a grown woman Adjective mature No Data animal No Data No Data
big 0 Marked by intense physical force a big wind Adjective heavy No Data No Data No Data No Data
with child 0 In an advanced stage of pregnancy was big with child, was great with child Adjective pregnant No Data No Data No Data No Data
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How many meanings does the word "Bigger" have?

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The word "Bigger" has 52 meanings. The most frequent meaning is large.

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What are the hyponyms for the word "Bigger"?

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The word "Bigger" has no hyponyms.

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Is the word "Bigger" very frequent in Wordnet’s lexical database?

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The word "Bigger" has a maximum frequency of 139.

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What are the synonyms for the word "Bigger"?

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The word "Bigger" has 57 synonyms which are: ample, astronomic, bear-sized, bigger, biggish, blown-up, bouffant, broad, bulky, capacious, colossal, cosmic, deep, double, elephantine, enormous, epic, extensive, gigantic, grand, great, huge, hulking, humongous, king-size, large-mouthed, large-scale, life-size, macro, macroscopic, man-sized, massive, medium-large, monstrous, mountainous, outsize, overlarge, plumping, queen-size, rangy, super, titanic, volumed, voluminous, whacking, wide-ranging, large, conspicuous, important, intense, generous, loud, mature, pregnant, proud, intemperate, heavy.

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