Large and Short
Opposite meaning words
Short adjective - Having relatively little height.
Usage example: a lot of boys are shorter than the girls in middle school, but they quickly catch up by high school
Both words in one sentence
- In character creation, the one slider "Ear Shape" allows various ears shapes: large human ears to short human ears, then short pointy ears to long pointy ears.
Source: Pointy Ears
- He just looks short compared to other people in the Britannian royal family who are unreasonably large.
Source: Teens Are Short
- He also wrote a large number of short stories, including "Alamagoosa", which won the first-ever Hugo Award for Best Short Story.
Source: Creator / Eric Frank Russell
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