Little and Major
Opposite meaning words
Major adjective - Sufficiently large in size, amount, or number to merit attention.
Usage example: with several blockbuster hits under her belt, the actress now commands some major cash for appearing in a movie
Both words in one sentence
- Alone in the Dark: In The New Nightmare, the controls, presentation, and gameplay are a little too similar to Resident Evil to be coincidental ("a little" being a major understatement).
Source: Follow The Leader / Video Games
- Ascended Extra: The sisters of Ariel get a major role compared to precedent movies where they have a little screentime.
- Another thing that makes Ramirez's remarks especially ridiculous is that many if not most of the best major league managers have/had little or no major league playing experience.
Source: Let's See You Do Better
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