Examples of biggie in a Sentence
He met with some television biggies.
They've had problems before, but this one's a real biggie.
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The Houston area's second True Food Kitchen is a biggie: 7,300 square feet of indoor and outdoor dining space with 170 seats and a patio that can accommodate 100.
Discard the Duds This is a biggie, and one of the most important mistakes to avoid.
After all, out of the 25 characteristics listed in this suit, Fortnite Battle Royale certainly contains some of the biggies, like a beginning-of-match air-drop and a constantly shrinking circle.
And apparently, Jelena's close friends seem to think this bump in the road is no biggie.
The other biggie, the Original Round Top Antiques Fair in its Big Red Barn and its Continental Tent full of vendors, is open April 2-7.
No biggie, just slide over to Booker’s crib to watch Netflix and order takeout.
Sam Darnold not throwing is no biggie Jackson will conduct private workouts with Darnold and the other top prospects, so he's not fazed by the USC's star choosing not to throw in Indy.
Desserts are another biggie, but so are breakfast pastries, granola bars, and yogurt, as well as condiments and loads of healthy-sounding foods that secretly have more sugar than candy.
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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;
BIGGIE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of biggie for English Language Learners
: someone or something that is very big or important
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