outsized

[ US /ˈaʊtˌsaɪzd/ ]
[ UK /a‍ʊtsˈa‍ɪzd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. larger than normal for its kind
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How To Use outsized In A Sentence

  • A medical partnership led by your area's premier brain surgeon may enjoy outsized and growing earnings, but that tells little about its future.
  • My agnolotti - outsized cheese-filled ravioli topped with parmesan shavings - were pleasant enough, but just didn't manage to get my tastebuds racing past first base.
  • The most powerful secular landlords in England founded new communities for canons and built outsized churches for them.
  • He cut a distinctive figure with his grizzled beard, smart suits and outsized spectacles. Times, Sunday Times
  • Eventually, they came up with three clickable buttons that are centered beneath an outsized, horizontal LCD screen.
  • Men of large vision often display outsized foibles as well.
  • Her brown boots with their outsized 12 cm heels are just too cool for her to worry about details like being able to walk without teetering.
  • Maybe he received a garish jumper, a lurid tie or an outsized pair of slippers in his seasonal gifts.
  • Over time, the imperial tented bed became an outsized symbol of the Empire style's most recognizable design.
  • Following the Guardian story, readers have told us of their alleged sightings of a tawny brown, outsized cat around Leatherhead.
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