Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A building; a habitation; a home.
- n. In mining, a pack-wall.
- v. present participle of big.
- From big + -ing. (Wiktionary)
“The long words are delivered without the slightest bungling; and "bigging" finished to its last _g_.”
“The long words are delivered without the slightest bungling; and 'bigging' finished to its last _g_.”
“Mr Reuben and myself have been "bigging" this up at this year with a number of our clients and potential clients and with how this can work for businesses's, groups and individuals.”
“Oh, and last time I looked, the Sun never ran editorials bigging up facists and Hitler.”
“In celebrating Ada Lovelace Day (March 24), bigging up women in tech, I look back at those I have met since I ‘went online’ as a journalist in 2000.”
“Plenty of voters share this view and they might find it strange for the government to be trashing Brown's record on the one hand and bigging him up for the IMF job on the other.”
“Indeed, bigging it up known technically as self-enhancement may be necessary there.”
“What about their bigging up independence for a change?”
“It is an attractive space of whitewashed but rugged walls, much like a Hobbit's cave, bigging up the building's age alongside slabs of modernism.”
“Once it became all right to prefer American films to French ones, we could start bigging up our own films, from Trainspotting to The King's Speech.”
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