Large and Slight


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Large adjective – Of a size greater than average of its kind.
Usage example: he was hungry, so he ordered the large pizza

Slight is an antonym for large in topics: big, small.
Nearby Words: largely, largeness, largish
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Slight adjective – Of a size that is less than average.
Usage example: the slight youth packed a surprisingly solid punch

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

man large man slight man
amount large amount slight amount
extent large extent slight extent
degree large degree slight degree
Other nouns: majority, hole.

Both words in one sentence

  • Series / Fringe For Want of a Nail: The Alternate Universe is full of very slight differences (and a few large glaring differences, like the Zeppelins from Another World) to our own.
  • Kimba the White Lion also had very large, rather rounded ears that end in a slight point.
  • Useful Notes / Sydney However, due to it's proximity to industrial areas, Silverwater Jail and a large oil refinery, the area has a slight reputation as a PollutedWasteland.
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Slight and Large. (2016). Retrieved 2021, January 18, from
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Slight or Large. 2016. Accessed January 18, 2021.

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