Great and Tiny

Great

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Great adjective – Of a size greater than average of its kind.
Usage example: saw a great moose calmly walking through our backyard

Tiny is an antonym for great in topics: bad, excellent, very large.
Nearby Words: greatly, greatness
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Tiny

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Tiny adjective – Very small in size.
Usage example: the forest ranger showed us how every square foot of forest is alive with tiny creatures

Great is an antonym for tiny in very small topic.
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Things that words describes

force great force tiny force
man great man tiny man
guy great guy tiny guy
people great people tiny people
Other nouns: part, detail, amount, number.

Both words in one sentence

  • Oh My Gods! The two suns are Ouells and Virn (Welles and Verne), there's Caff the goddess of dragons, Rot'n'bair the God of Sheep and his arch-enemy Nilsn, Hitch the god of birds, and Elcin, the "great and tiny god of thunder, lightning and loud noises."
    Source: Oh My Gods!
  • Once a great nation, it is now only a single tiny village that contains a tent instead of a castle.
  • With Great Power Comes Great Insanity The more power you have, the less you care about humans and see mankind as tiny ants to be stepped on (because the gap in power is so great).
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Tiny and Great. (2016). Retrieved 2021, April 13, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/great/tiny
Great & Tiny. N.p., 2016. Web. 13 Apr. 2021. <https://thesaurus.plus/related/great/tiny>.
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