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Synonyms for large
lɑrdʒlarge

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Wiktionary

  1. largeadjective

    Synonyms:
    gigantic, huge, giant, largeish, stour, mickle, great, enormous, big

    Antonyms:
    small, tiny, minuscule

  2. largeadjective

    Of considerable or relatively great size or extent.

    Synonyms:
    gigantic, enormous, mickle, largeish, stour, big, great, huge, giant

    Antonyms:
    tiny, minuscule, small

English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. large

    Large denotes extension in more than one direction, and beyond the average of the class to which the object belongs; we speak of a large surface or a large solid, but of a long line; a large field, a large room, a large apple, etc. A large man is a man of more than ordinary size; a great man is a man of remarkable mental power. Big is a more emphatic word than large, but of less dignity. We do not say that George Washington was a big man.

    Synonyms:
    abundant, ample, big, broad, bulky, capacious, coarse, colossal, commodious, considerable, enormous, extensive, gigantic, grand, great, huge, immense, long, massive, spacious, vast, wide

    Antonyms:
    brief, diminutive, inconsiderable, infinitesimal, insignificant, limited, little, mean, microscopic, minute, narrow, paltry, petty, scanty, short, slender, slight, small, tiny, trifling, trivial

Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. large

    Synonyms:
    big, bulky, extensive, abundant, capacious, ample, liberal, comprehensive, enlightened, catholic, great, vast, wide

    Antonyms:
    small, mean, narrow, circumscribed, contracted, scanty, illiberal, niggardly, bigoted, petty, sordid

Princeton's WordNet

  1. largeadjective

    a garment size for a large person

    Antonyms:
    teentsy, insignificant, microscopical, elflike, unimportant, tiny, smallish, pocket-size, littler, diminutive, inconspicuous, little, teeny, invisible, minute, puny, ungenerous, nonpregnant, olive-sized, dinky, bantam, teensy, smaller, slim, half-size, midget, lesser, micro, minuscule, bittie, microscopic, incomprehensive, itsy-bitsy, shrimpy, noncomprehensive, unrhetorical, small-scale, infinitesimal, elfin, itty-bitty, pocketable, undersized, subatomic, miniature, lilliputian, small, meanspirited, bitty, flyspeck, teeny-weeny, pocket-sized, wee, runty, gnomish, undersize, weensy, slender, atomic, miniscule, dwarfish, teensy-weensy, petite, weeny

  2. large, bigadjective

    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"

    Synonyms:
    bountiful, magnanimous, full-grown, prominent, big, grownup, vainglorious, cock-a-hoop, braggy, heavy(p), giving, bombastic, turgid, grown, large(p), enceinte, tumid, bounteous, liberal, self-aggrandizing, swelled, bighearted, handsome, fully grown, braggart(a), expectant, heavy(a), great(p), bragging(a), bad, freehanded, with child(p), big(a), self-aggrandising, boastful, openhanded, declamatory, adult, orotund, gravid, big(p), crowing

    Antonyms:
    teensy-weensy, inconspicuous, infinitesimal, half-size, minute, runty, atomic, itsy-bitsy, wee, pocket-sized, lesser, microscopical, gnomish, micro, dinky, meanspirited, nonpregnant, midget, slender, smaller, tiny, noncomprehensive, weeny, teeny-weeny, flyspeck, elflike, olive-sized, petite, miniscule, littler, undersized, small-scale, bantam, unrhetorical, teensy, lilliputian, smallish, itty-bitty, bitty, puny, slim, small, incomprehensive, pocketable, teeny, elfin, teentsy, microscopic, shrimpy, subatomic, diminutive, undersize, miniature, pocket-size, ungenerous, bittie, weensy, dwarfish, invisible, insignificant, minuscule, little, unimportant

  3. largeadjective

    fairly large or important in effect; influential

    "played a large role in the negotiations"

    Synonyms:
    great(p), turgid, tumid, heavy(p), prominent, declamatory, large(p), orotund, enceinte, big(p), with child(p), expectant, gravid, magnanimous, bombastic, big

    Antonyms:
    teensy, teeny-weeny, diminutive, pocketable, undersized, shrimpy, small, insignificant, infinitesimal, weensy, teeny, half-size, microscopical, itty-bitty, elfin, petite, teensy-weensy, inconspicuous, ungenerous, flyspeck, littler, puny, dinky, bitty, miniature, smaller, microscopic, noncomprehensive, slender, smallish, olive-sized, atomic, small-scale, itsy-bitsy, nonpregnant, minute, unimportant, gnomish, wee, bantam, midget, subatomic, incomprehensive, lesser, meanspirited, teentsy, pocket-sized, elflike, lilliputian, slim, micro, bittie, weeny, minuscule, miniscule, pocket-size, undersize, tiny, unrhetorical, little, invisible, runty, dwarfish

  4. bombastic, declamatory, large, orotund, tumid, turgidadjective

    ostentatiously lofty in style

    "a man given to large talk"; "tumid political prose"

    Synonyms:
    pear-shaped, gravid, big, tumid, orotund, rotund, great(p), bombastic, enceinte, expectant, heavy(p), round, with child(p), big(p), prominent, intumescent, large(p), tumescent, turgid, magnanimous, puffy, erect, declamatory

    Antonyms:
    minuscule, littler, small-scale, petite, invisible, bittie, noncomprehensive, olive-sized, elflike, small, lilliputian, minute, dinky, pocket-sized, tiny, infinitesimal, microscopical, flyspeck, microscopic, undersized, miniscule, bitty, weensy, little, dwarfish, unimportant, atomic, itsy-bitsy, incomprehensive, pocket-size, pocketable, meanspirited, slim, bantam, inconspicuous, diminutive, elfin, nonpregnant, miniature, teensy, ungenerous, teeny-weeny, shrimpy, subatomic, itty-bitty, midget, half-size, insignificant, lesser, undersize, weeny, puny, micro, unrhetorical, smallish, runty, teeny, gnomish, slender, teentsy, smaller, teensy-weensy, wee

  5. big, large, magnanimousadjective

    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"

    Synonyms:
    magnanimous, bountiful, prominent, big, vainglorious, cock-a-hoop, braggy, with child(p), giving, bombastic, greathearted, grownup, grown, large(p), enceinte, tumid, bounteous, liberal, self-aggrandizing, swelled, handsome, fully grown, braggart(a), bighearted, expectant, heavy(a), great(p), bragging(a), bad, freehanded, turgid, heavy(p), big(a), self-aggrandising, boastful, full-grown, openhanded, declamatory, adult, orotund, gravid, big(p), crowing

    Antonyms:
    midget, tiny, wee, nonpregnant, olive-sized, inconspicuous, teeny, dinky, slender, bantam, pocket-sized, microscopical, weeny, smaller, meanspirited, puny, smallish, half-size, small-scale, minuscule, infinitesimal, atomic, elflike, pocket-size, pocketable, littler, subatomic, diminutive, unrhetorical, noncomprehensive, teentsy, unimportant, microscopic, itsy-bitsy, shrimpy, ungenerous, invisible, undersize, dwarfish, runty, teensy, elfin, incomprehensive, weensy, miniature, undersized, insignificant, micro, minute, lesser, small, slim, teensy-weensy, teeny-weeny, bitty, little, petite, gnomish, lilliputian, itty-bitty, flyspeck, miniscule, bittie

  6. big, large, prominentadjective

    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"

    Synonyms:
    magnanimous, spectacular, bountiful, prominent, big, vainglorious, cock-a-hoop, braggy, with child(p), striking, giving, bombastic, grownup, grown, large(p), enceinte, tumid, bounteous, liberal, self-aggrandizing, swelled, handsome, fully grown, braggart(a), bighearted, expectant, heavy(a), great(p), bragging(a), bad, freehanded, turgid, heavy(p), big(a), self-aggrandising, salient, boastful, full-grown, openhanded, declamatory, adult, orotund, gravid, big(p), crowing, outstanding

    Antonyms:
    diminutive, weeny, microscopical, undersize, miniature, petite, shrimpy, littler, gnomish, teentsy, nonpregnant, slim, lilliputian, minute, invisible, ungenerous, bantam, microscopic, dinky, lesser, smallish, small, midget, wee, undersized, bitty, unimportant, elflike, atomic, teensy-weensy, tiny, incomprehensive, unrhetorical, itsy-bitsy, pocketable, elfin, itty-bitty, puny, teensy, runty, pocket-size, pocket-sized, half-size, dwarfish, slender, small-scale, infinitesimal, inconspicuous, smaller, little, weensy, olive-sized, teeny, miniscule, subatomic, teeny-weeny, noncomprehensive, meanspirited, bittie, flyspeck, minuscule, insignificant, micro

  7. largeadjective

    having broad power and range and scope

    "taking the large view"; "a large effect"; "a large sympathy"

    Synonyms:
    great(p), turgid, tumid, heavy(p), prominent, declamatory, large(p), orotund, enceinte, big(p), with child(p), expectant, gravid, magnanimous, bombastic, big

    Antonyms:
    itsy-bitsy, lilliputian, weensy, miniscule, slender, teensy, pocket-sized, atomic, unrhetorical, small, nonpregnant, smallish, runty, littler, half-size, pocketable, teeny-weeny, lesser, insignificant, smaller, teentsy, ungenerous, microscopic, undersize, bittie, micro, undersized, olive-sized, puny, little, incomprehensive, subatomic, tiny, shrimpy, unimportant, invisible, flyspeck, weeny, bitty, slim, elfin, inconspicuous, petite, teeny, dwarfish, minuscule, noncomprehensive, midget, itty-bitty, small-scale, elflike, infinitesimal, teensy-weensy, bantam, gnomish, wee, diminutive, pocket-size, meanspirited, miniature, minute, microscopical, dinky

  8. big(p), enceinte, expectant, gravid, great(p), large(p), heavy(p), with child(p)adverb

    in an advanced stage of pregnancy

    "was big with child"; "was great with child"

    Antonyms:
    undersize, microscopical, lesser, small-scale, noncomprehensive, insignificant, bantam, teeny-weeny, pocketable, unimportant, ungenerous, teensy-weensy, bittie, minute, wee, elfin, undersized, gnomish, miniature, microscopic, subatomic, itty-bitty, petite, micro, midget, teeny, half-size, dwarfish, pocket-sized, elflike, teentsy, flyspeck, slender, lilliputian, runty, itsy-bitsy, meanspirited, invisible, shrimpy, minuscule, atomic, diminutive, unrhetorical, smallish, incomprehensive, bitty, weensy, pocket-size, smaller, infinitesimal, teensy, small, inconspicuous, little, dinky, slim, nonpregnant, miniscule, littler, olive-sized, puny, weeny, tiny

  9. largeadverb

    at a distance, wide of something (as of a mark)

    Synonyms:
    vauntingly, boastfully, big

    Antonyms:
    meanspirited, pocketable, nonpregnant, undersize, smallish, lesser, littler, teeny-weeny, pocket-sized, pocket-size, small-scale, little, microscopical, itty-bitty, puny, teeny, incomprehensive, subatomic, itsy-bitsy, minute, runty, dinky, miniscule, noncomprehensive, slender, bantam, wee, slim, tiny, shrimpy, inconspicuous, elflike, bittie, dwarfish, petite, invisible, flyspeck, unimportant, insignificant, ungenerous, micro, weensy, miniature, midget, teensy-weensy, undersized, bitty, atomic, unrhetorical, half-size, minuscule, microscopic, teensy, teentsy, infinitesimal, smaller, gnomish, diminutive, elfin, small, olive-sized, lilliputian, weeny

  10. largeadverb

    with the wind abaft the beam

    "a ship sailing large"

    Synonyms:
    vauntingly, boastfully, big

    Antonyms:
    noncomprehensive, pocket-size, diminutive, teeny, undersize, microscopic, tiny, teensy-weensy, inconspicuous, miniscule, microscopical, minute, micro, meanspirited, dinky, itty-bitty, miniature, runty, smallish, subatomic, minuscule, atomic, shrimpy, unrhetorical, smaller, elflike, teeny-weeny, small-scale, bitty, half-size, puny, gnomish, olive-sized, insignificant, unimportant, nonpregnant, weeny, bantam, little, undersized, lilliputian, teensy, bittie, small, infinitesimal, wee, incomprehensive, weensy, littler, teentsy, petite, itsy-bitsy, ungenerous, slim, lesser, pocket-sized, invisible, midget, slender, flyspeck, elfin, dwarfish, pocketable

  11. boastfully, vauntingly, big, largeadverb

    in a boastful manner

    "he talked big all evening"

    Synonyms:
    vauntingly, boastfully, big

    Antonyms:
    gnomish, pocket-sized, itty-bitty, shrimpy, teensy, undersized, minute, miniature, weensy, lilliputian, pocket-size, bittie, itsy-bitsy, infinitesimal, nonpregnant, diminutive, wee, bitty, inconspicuous, smallish, insignificant, small-scale, dwarfish, slim, unimportant, invisible, teentsy, midget, lesser, bantam, slender, puny, subatomic, teeny, smaller, elfin, atomic, minuscule, little, dinky, teeny-weeny, micro, flyspeck, microscopic, olive-sized, weeny, runty, tiny, elflike, miniscule, meanspirited, ungenerous, microscopical, noncomprehensive, petite, unrhetorical, incomprehensive, teensy-weensy, small, pocketable, undersize, littler, half-size

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. largeadjective

    Synonyms:
    big, great, bulky, huge, immense, vast, of great size

  2. largeadjective

    Synonyms:
    extensive, expanded, spacious, broad, wide

  3. largeadjective

    Synonyms:
    abundant, plentiful, ample, full, copious, liberal

  4. largeadjective

    Synonyms:
    capacious, comprehensive

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. largeadjective

    Synonyms:
    big, extensive, huge, unwieldy, vast, massive, immense, colossal, gigantic, bulky, ample, copious, liberal, unstinted, generous, liberal, munificent, princely, hypertrophied, spacious, commodious, capacious

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    As I've said from the beginning, China will back off its industrial plans only when U.S. trade measures are large and lasting enough to threaten the influx of foreign exchange. Not due to announcements.

  4. Cevahir Akcelik:

    But during this objection process, we have seen that there is a large public opposition.

  5. James Stroud:

    A major unexpected result of this study was that all species converged on the same new, lower level of thermal tolerance, while there was great variation in temperature tolerance before the cold event -- some, like the large-bodied brown basilisk, were very intolerant of low temperatures, while others like the Puerto Rican crested anole were more robust -- we observed that all species could now tolerate, on average, the same lowest temperature.


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