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adjective abundant, all-embracing, big, broad, capacious, colossal, comprehensive, endless, enlarged, enormous, excessive, expansive, extensive, gargantuan, giant, giant-size, grand, great, great big, huge, immeasurable, immense, king-size, lavish, limitless, lofty, massive, monstrous, of great scope, oversized, sizable, substantial, tremendous, unbounded, unlimited, vast, wide-ranging, wide-reaching
Associated concepts: large law firms
See also: broad, capacious, considerable, copious, enormous, extensive, flagrant, gross, major, ponderous, prodigious, substantial

LARGE. Broad; extensive; unconfined. The opposite of strict, narrow, or confined. At large, at liberty.

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Three largish, hand-picked Gulf shrimp are bathed in a sauce at once piquant and sweet, a world of flavor unto themselves, but the kicker is the little gem of a rosemary biscuit that shares the plate.
When you are ready to serve, break the meringues into largish chunks and add to the cream mixture.
Operator had short dark hair and a largish nose and appeared to turn face away when neighbor looked at him.
stop dismissing wholly unacceptable behaviour by largish numbers of both clubs, here as well as abroad, as just a bit of harmless fun and banter?
When I graduated from worm to fly fishing, I would always use a largish fly that was highly visible to the fish and to me.
But sure enough, there was a largish black object, maybe two, very close together, in the middle of the two-mile-wide loch.
The contents list bears witness to the great volume and variety of topics in this book, which nevertheless will fit in a largish pocket: chapters on the changing heavens, buying and using binoculars and telescopes, photography, learning the sky, seasonal observing, satellites and Iridium flares, and a great deal more.
Use a largish brush and coat your watercolour paper in a watery coat of paint.
The knowledge that someone in the largish institution that is a school, cares about them, is important in motivating a child and developing a sense of their own identity.
Mainly because I found it awkward to use the largish tablet for this type of work.
There is a large portrait of a largish Churchill in the drawing room, and one can easily imagine him sitting in the breakfast room eating six roast chickens and thirty eggs of his own.
Lia Darby said of the findings "We are very happy with the results as we have interesting gold numbers to follow up with discovery potential and a largish nickel anomaly to further define.