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sizable

adjective siz·able \ˈsī-zə-bəl\

Simple Definition of sizable

  • : fairly large

Full Definition of sizable

  1. :  fairly large :  considerable <a sizable donation>

siz·able·ness noun
siz·ably play \-blē\ adverb

Examples of sizable

  1. a sizable portion of the population

  2. He won by a sizable margin.



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First Known Use of sizable

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Variants of sizable

or size·able play \ˈsī-zə-bəl\


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