Big and Serious


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Big adjective – Having great meaning or lasting effect.
Usage example: there will be a big meeting to resolve the issue

Serious is a synonym for big in important topic. In some cases you can use "Serious" instead an adjective "Big".
Nearby Word: bigness
Synonyms for Big


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Serious adjective – Having a matter of importance as its topic.
Usage example: a very serious film that dealt with the aftermath of the Gulf War

Big is a synonym for serious. Sometimes you can use "Big" instead an adjective "Serious".
Nearby Words: seriously, seriousness
Synonyms for Serious

Things that words describes

trouble big trouble serious trouble
man big man serious man
problem big problem serious problem
scene big scene serious scene
Other nouns: issue, moment, time, way, example, game, fight, threat.

Both words in one sentence

  • Manga / Yona of the Dawn Is Serious Business: When Zeno drops his carefree and cheerful personality, it's a sign that something big or serious is happening.
  • Turnabout Storm: Cruise Control, who has so far been a total doof, turns dead serious for a few seconds to tell Apple Bloom that big brothers always care for their siblings, perplexing Twilight.
  • Disney / Mulan Sacrificial Lion: General Li is set up as a big and important charaacter: general of the hero's army, father to the captain, and then he dies off-screen to prove just how serious things have become.
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