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To help you avoid using the same word too repetitively, redundantly, recurrently, incessantly, etc., etc.

Why synonyms can be useful

Your writing can sound boring if you continually keep repeating the same words. When you create sentences, you can make them more interesting by using words that mean the same as the word you are speaking about. This allows you to add flavor to your writing.

In order to make language a lot more expressive and interesting you should try to vary the words you use as often as you can.

Synonyms for (noun) large

Synonyms: large Definition: a garment size for a large person

Hypernyms: size Definition: the property resulting from being one of a series of graduated measurements (as of clothing) Usage: he wears a size 13 shoe

Synonyms for (adjective) large

Synonyms: big, with child, large, heavy, gravid, great, enceinte, expectant Definition: in an advanced stage of pregnancy Usage: was big with child; was great with child

Hypernyms: pregnant Definition: carrying developing offspring within the body or being about to produce new life

Synonyms: large Definition: having broad power and range and scope Usage: taking the large view; a large effect; a large sympathy

Hypernyms: comprehensive Definition: including all or everything Usage: comprehensive coverage; a comprehensive history of the revolution; a comprehensive survey; a comprehensive education

Synonyms: big, prominent, large Definition: conspicuous in position or importance Usage: a big figure in the movement; big man on campus; he's very large in financial circles; a prominent citizen

Hypernyms: conspicuous Definition: obvious to the eye or mind Usage: a tower conspicuous at a great distance; wore conspicuous neckties; made herself conspicuous by her exhibitionistic preening

Synonyms: big, magnanimous, large Definition: generous and understanding and tolerant Usage: 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

Hypernyms: generous Definition: not petty in character and mind Usage: unusually generous in his judgment of people

Synonyms: large, big Definition: above average in size or number or quantity or magnitude or extent Usage: 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

Hypernyms: ample, sizable, sizeable Definition: fairly large Usage: a sizable fortune; an ample waistline; of ample proportions

Hypernyms: galactic, astronomic, astronomical Definition: inconceivably large

Hypernyms: bear-sized Definition: large as a bear

Hypernyms: bigger, larger Definition: large or big relative to something else

Hypernyms: largish, biggish Definition: somewhat large

Hypernyms: blown-up, enlarged Definition: as of a photograph; made larger Usage: the enlarged photograph revealed many details

Hypernyms: puffy, bouffant Definition: being puffed out; used of hair style or clothing Usage: a bouffant skirt

Hypernyms: broad, spacious, wide Definition: very large in expanse or scope Usage: a broad lawn; the wide plains; a spacious view; spacious skies

Hypernyms: bulky Definition: of large size for its weight

Hypernyms: capacious Definition: large in capacity Usage: she carried a capacious bag

Hypernyms: colossal, stupendous, prodigious Definition: so great in size or force or extent as to elicit awe Usage: colossal crumbling ruins of an ancient temple; has a colossal nerve; a prodigious storm; a stupendous field of grass; stupendous demand

Hypernyms: deep Definition: large in quantity or size Usage: deep cuts in the budget

Hypernyms: double Definition: large enough for two Usage: a double bed; a double room

Hypernyms: enormous, tremendous Definition: extraordinarily large in size or extent or amount or power or degree Usage: an enormous boulder; enormous expenses; tremendous sweeping plains; a tremendous fact in human experience; that a whole civilization should be dependent on technology- Walter Lippman; a plane took off with a tremendous noise

Hypernyms: cosmic Definition: inconceivably extended in space or time

Hypernyms: jumbo, elephantine, gargantuan, giant Definition: of great mass; huge and bulky Usage: a jumbo jet; jumbo shrimp

Hypernyms: heroic, epic, larger-than-life Definition: very imposing or impressive; surpassing the ordinary (especially in size or scale) Usage: an epic voyage; of heroic proportions; heroic sculpture

Hypernyms: extended, extensive Definition: large in spatial extent or range or scope or quantity Usage: an extensive Roman settlement in northwest England; extended farm lands; surgeons with extended experience; they suffered extensive damage

Hypernyms: mammoth, gigantic Definition: so exceedingly large or extensive as to suggest a giant or mammoth Usage: a gigantic redwood; gigantic disappointment; a mammoth ship; a mammoth multinational corporation

Hypernyms: great Definition: relatively large in size or number or extent; larger than others of its kind Usage: a great juicy steak; a great multitude; the great auk; a great old oak; a great ocean liner; a great delay

Hypernyms: grand Definition: large and impressive in physical size or extent Usage: the bridge is a grand structure

Hypernyms: immense, huge, Brobdingnagian, vast Definition: unusually great in size or amount or degree or especially extent or scope Usage: huge government spending; huge country estates; huge popular demand for higher education; a huge wave; the Los Angeles aqueduct winds like an immense snake along the base of the mountains; immense numbers of birds; at vast (or immense) expense; the vast reaches of outer space; the vast accumulation of knowledge...which we call civilization- W.R.Inge

Hypernyms: hulking, hulky Definition: of great size and bulk Usage: a hulking figure of a man; three hulking battleships

Hypernyms: humongous, whopping, walloping, thumping, banging Definition: (used informally) very large Usage: a thumping loss

Hypernyms: king-size, king-sized Definition: extra large Usage: a king-size bed

Hypernyms: large-mouthed Definition: having a relatively large mouth

Hypernyms: large-scale Definition: unusually large in scope Usage: a large-scale attack on AIDS is needed

Hypernyms: large-scale Definition: constructed or drawn to a big scale Usage: large-scale maps

Hypernyms: life-size, life-sized, lifesize, full-size Definition: being of the same size as an original Usage: a life-size sculpture

Hypernyms: macroscopic, macroscopical Definition: large enough to be visible with the naked eye

Hypernyms: macro Definition: very large in scale or scope or capability

Hypernyms: man-sized Definition: very large; appropriate to the size of a man Usage: a man-sized piece of cake

Hypernyms: massive, monolithic, monumental Definition: imposing in size or bulk or solidity Usage: massive oak doors; Moore's massive sculptures; the monolithic proportions of Stalinist architecture; a monumental scale

Hypernyms: massive Definition: imposing in scale or scope or degree or power Usage: massive retaliatory power; a massive increase in oil prices; massive changes

Hypernyms: medium-large Definition: of anything that is large but not the largest

Hypernyms: monstrous Definition: abnormally large

Hypernyms: mountainous Definition: like a mountain in size and impressiveness Usage: mountainous waves; a mountainous dark man

Hypernyms: outsize, outsized, oversize, oversized Definition: larger than normal for its kind

Hypernyms: overlarge, too large Definition: excessively large

Hypernyms: plumping Definition: very large; of exceptional size for its kind Usage: won by a plumping majority

Hypernyms: queen-size, queen-sized Definition: (used especially of beds) not as large as king-size Usage: a queen-sized bed

Hypernyms: rangy Definition: allowing ample room for ranging

Hypernyms: super Definition: extremely large Usage: another super skyscraper

Hypernyms: titanic Definition: of great force or power

Hypernyms: volumed Definition: formed or rising in rounded masses Usage: gasping with the volumed smoke

Hypernyms: voluminous Definition: large in volume or bulk Usage: a voluminous skirt

Hypernyms: whacking Definition: (British informal) enormous Usage: a whacking phone bill; a whacking lie

Hypernyms: wide-ranging Definition: including much Usage: the pianist's wide-ranging repertoire

Synonyms: tumid, turgid, bombastic, declamatory, large, orotund Definition: ostentatiously lofty in style Usage: a man given to large talk; tumid political prose

Hypernyms: rhetorical Definition: given to rhetoric, emphasizing style at the expense of thought Usage: mere rhetorical frippery

Synonyms: large Definition: fairly large or important in effect; influential Usage: played a large role in the negotiations

Hypernyms: important, significant Definition: important in effect or meaning Usage: a significant change in tax laws; a significant change in the Constitution; a significant contribution; significant details; statistically significant