Examples of biggie in a Sentence
He met with some television biggies.
They've had problems before, but this one's a real biggie.
Recent Examples of biggie from the Web
For seafood lovers, Dannon Southall of 10th & M Seafoods says Mardi Gras and Valentine's Day are biggies.
The new Apple Maps update is currently available in 35 airports worldwide, including many of the biggest cities, including LA, NY, Chicago, Denver and Seattle, but missing some biggies, like San Francisco, Boston, Washington, DC and Dallas.
The awards show the results: The storefront theaters that define the Philly scene were as well represented as biggies such as the Arden or the Wilma.
As impediments to heterosexual unions go, homosexual impulse is a biggie.
The 50-year history of self-tanner has had its moments — including a biggie this year.
In the realm of outdoor art fairs, Rochester’s juried ART & APPLES FESTIVAL is a biggie.
Then, for the spring drama season, the biggie: Guare’s entire Lydie Breeze cycle of three plays about a fictional 19th-century utopian community, named for the central character.
As holidays go, Halloween is one of the biggies for most children.
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First Known Use of biggie
big, big boy, big cheese, big gun, big leaguer, big shot, big wheel, big-timer, bigfoot, bigwig, fat cat, heavy, heavy hitter, heavyweight, high-muck-a-muck (or high-muckety-muck), honcho, kingfish, kingpin, nabob, nibs, wheel;
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