- adj. Obsolete spelling of big.
“It was then a "bigge" town, having large streets and "houses very hie, all built of timber,”
“That increase was the bigge st one-week spike since May 2009.”
“Given that the U.S. economy is responsible for such a large chunk of global demand and is Britain's single-bigge st national trading partner”
“In interviews, Mr. Li, the Geely chairman, has said a key ingredient of Geely's strategy for Volvo now is to turn Volvo into a more full-fledged premium brand by adding bigge”
“It's the time when franchises realize that they can no longer afford their superstars and feel pressed to ship them off to bigge ...”
“Specifically, which changes in household practices, she wanted to know, would reap the bigge ...”
“And within the said chamber they place a chest long and broad like vnto a table: and behinde the saide chest towardes the South stands their principall idole: which I sawe at Caracaram, and it was as bigge as the idole of Saint Christopher.”
“There are the greatest, and the fairest geese, and most plenty of them to be sold in al the whole world, as I suppose: [He meaneth Pellicans, which the Spaniards cal Alcatrarzi.] they are as white as milke, and haue a bone vpon the crowne of their heads as bigge as an egge, being of the colour of blood: vnder their throat they haue a skin or bag hanging downe halfe a foot.”
“There be diuers kinds of beasts, as namely blacke lyouns in great abundance, and apes also, and monkeis, and battes as bigge as our doues.”
“Also there are mise as bigge as our countrey dogs, because cats are not able to incounter them.”
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