[ US /ˈhwɑpɝ, ˈwɑpɝ/ ]
[ UK /wˈɒpɐ/ ]
  1. a gross untruth; a blatant lie
  2. something especially big or impressive of its kind
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How To Use whopper In A Sentence

  • Many of us don't get enough fiber due to diets consisting of non-food products such as Whoppers, Big Macs and so forth. Some Cranky Guy
  • However, the oversized softie has a weakness for sob stories and the lumber lout feeds him a whopper.
  • I mean, my nose is quite big but my Dad's got a whopper.
  • And his lies, even his biggest whoppers, seem most sincerely to be believed by him - I have no doubt that he thinks he served in the National Guard, for example.
  • The whopper is the House Republican plan to adopt a budget balancing amendment to the Constitution. Jeff Madrick: The 10 Worst Economic Ideas of 2011
  • To put it another way, we may need to tell one another and ourselves major whoppers, and not just little white lies, to replenish our interest in life.
  • And I'm not just referring to his series of ridiculous, ad-lib whoppers to the grand jury.
  • Indeed, it's only Mr. Miller's knee-slapper that keeps Sarah Palin's own quip from being the real whopper. Robert J. Elisberg: The Tea Party Gets an Uninvited Guest
  • What a whopper, though she smiled anyway over the blandishment. Johanna Lindsey
  • I mean, my nose is quite big but my Dad's got a whopper.
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