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outsize


outsize

adjective

Definition of OUTSIZE

2
of a size greater than average of its kind <she likes to make dramatic appearances wearing her trademark outsize sunglasses>
Synonyms big, biggish, boxcar, bulky, considerable, goodly, grand, great, handsome, hefty, hulking, husky, largish, outsize (also outsized), oversize (or oversized), sizable (or sizeable), substantial, tidy, voluminous
Antonyms bantam, dinky, dwarf, dwarfish, little, puny, shrimpy, small, smallish, undersized (also undersize)
3
extended beyond normal or realistic bounds <I'm tired of having to deal with so many outsize egos at the office>
Near Antonyms realistic, reasonable

Variants of OUTSIZE

outsize also outsized
February 27, 2015
rationale Hear it
An explanation or underlying reason
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