Big and Slight


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

Slight is an antonym for big in topics: small, large.
Nearby Word: bigness
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Slight adjective – Lacking importance.
Usage example: a slight comedy that did nothing to further her career

Big is an antonym for slight in topics: insignificant, considerable, thin.
Nearby Words: slightly, slighted, slighting, slightingly
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Things that words describes

point big point slight point
break big break slight break
problem big problem slight problem
twist big twist slight twist
Other nouns: example, difference, hole, smile.

Both words in one sentence

  • Big, Thin, Short Trio Al is obviously big, while Winry, due to only being a teenager, still has a rather slight figure, and Ed is The Napoleon.
  • Battle Arena Toshinden was a slight offender, but still had one big Guide Dang It moment: The game had two bosses.
  • Eating the Eye Candy And he most definitely did not have big buck teeth nor did he have a slight overbite.
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Slight or Big. 2016. Accessed October 22, 2020.

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