Do you know other words to say ‘big’?
Today we will learn about the substitutes of ‘big’.
- Colossal: extraordinarily great in size, extent, or degree.
E.g. “The owner was asking for a colossal amount of money for the house.”
- Burly: large and strong; heavily built (of a person).
E.g. “A burly figure came towards him from across the road.”
- Tremendous: very great in amount, scale, or intensity.
E.g. “We went to a tremendous party.”
- Massive: large and heavy or solid.
E.g. “Eight massive stone pillars supported the roof.”
- Strapping: healthy, big, and strong (especially of young person).
E.g. “My aunt remembered my brother as a strapping youth with a big appetite.”
- Hefty: large in amount, size, force, etc.
E.g. “The film contains a hefty dose of comedy.”
- Ample: more than enough; plentiful.
E.g. “You will have ample opportunity to ask questions after the presentation.”
- Immense: marked by greatness especially in size or degree.
E.g. “The immense pressure causes the rock to fracture.”
- Humongous: very huge (informal American slang).
E.g. “They have a humongous dog.”
- Vast: very spacious or large; of great extent.
E.g. “Vast areas of land have become desert.”