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BIG Synonym in English! Learn a list of 35+ Big Synonyms in English with ESL pictures.

Useful list of BIG Synonyms in English

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Big Synonym in English

Synonyms for Big

Here is the list of BIG synonyms to improve your vocabulary in English.

  • Bulky
  • Colossal
  • Considerable
  • Elephantine
  • Enormous
  • Extensive
  • Gargantuan
  • Giant
  • Gigantic
  • Ginormous (informal)
  • Great
  • Huge
  • Hulking
  • Humongous
  • Immense
  • Jumbo
  • King-sized
  • Large
  • Mammoth
  • Massive
  • Mega
  • Monumental (informal)
  • Multitude
  • Numerous
  • Oversized
  • Ponderous
  • Prodigious
  • Roomy
  • Sizable
  • Spacious
  • Stellar (informal)
  • Substantial
  • Supersize
  • Vast
  • Voluminous
  • Whopping

Synonyms for Big with Example Sentences

Bulky

  • It was bulky, perhaps three feet long and almost as high.

Colossal

  • They were asking a colossal amount of money for the house

Considerable

  • The health risk from drinking unclean water is considerable.

Elephantine

  • His legs were elephantine.

Enormous

  • He had enormous charm and a great sense of humour.

Extensive

  • The restaurant has an extensive menu and daily specials.

Gargantuan

  • The gargantuan effort was conducted under almost unimaginable conditions of hardship and coercion.

Giant

  • His son is a giant of 6 feet already.

Gigantic

  • He has a gigantic appetite and eats gigantic meals.

Ginormous (informal)

  • The monster was ginormous, Dad!

Great

  • There is great difference between word and deed.

Huge

  • Your room’s huge compared to mine.

Hulking

  • His big hulking frame-leaned over me as he patted my shoulder.

Humongous

  • We had a humongous row just because she left.

Immense

  • She gazed at the immense expanse of the sea.
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Jumbo

  • I ate four jumbo sausages, a pile of water-logged mash.

King-sized

  • I booked a luxury room with king-sized bed here for tonight.

Large

  • The two large classrooms have been assigned to us.

Mammoth

  • Reforming the prison system would be a mammoth task.

Massive

  • The massive boardroom pay awards were criticized by the workers.

Mega

  • He has become mega rich.

Monumental (informal)

  • I take no real interest in monumental sculpture.

Multitude

  • There is a multitude of reasons against it.

Numerous

  • There are numerous people in the square.

Oversized

  •  I was required to stop this oversized teenager.

Ponderous

  • He spoke in a slow ponderous voice.

Prodigious

  • What a prodigious opportunity you have missed.

Roomy

  • She lived in a roomy house.

Sizable

  • sizable contingent of my family attended the wedding.

Spacious

  • They specified a spacious entrance hall.

Stellar (informal)

  • This was expected to be a clue to changes in stellar magnetic fields.

Substantial

  • Her contribution to the discussion was substantial.

Supersize

  • Could I get a supersize fries with that?

Vast

Voluminous

  • Her voluminous silk dress billowed out behind her.

Whopping

  • She had a whopping great bruise on her arm.