Examples of whopper in a Sentence
That's a whopper of a diamond ring.
He told us a real whopper.
Recent Examples of whopper from the Web
Still to come, President Trump goes after Amazon and Jeff Bezos, the Laura Ingraham controversy and a whopper of a newspaper collection.
The bass fishing industry is estimated to be a $12 billion-a-year whopper.
Another whopper of a double burger is served up at Grinders, 417 E. 18th St. in the Crossroads.
Kunz came through in the clutch, boating the two biggest bass of his life — 8.84- and 7.5-pound whoppers — to help win the day.
The rest of the year Schmidt's sells bread, cookies, doughnuts, and specialties such as pecan-caramel rolls called whoppers, sugar cookies and salt-rising bread.
All that aside, this is always a whopper of a game atmosphere-wise and Beilein knows this.
The ribs are whoppers that extend from elbow to wrist, and they are cooked on the pit with honey and butter that melts into the meat and gives it a sweetened finish with subtle smoky notes.
The Associated Press fact checked the speech and has details on some of the largest whoppers Trump delivered.
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WHOPPER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of whopper for English Language Learners
: something that is very large and impressive
: a big lie
WHOPPER Defined for Kids
Definition of whopper for Students
- I've got this big egg that our hen laid … It's a real whopper …
- —Oliver Butterworth, The Enormous Egg
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