- n. alternative spelling of big shot.
“I haven't had the chance to watch it already, but thinking that Shia-LaBeouf-nephew-of-some-bigshot is in it, drops my expectations.”
“(We should note here that YRHT fan "bigshot" predicted that same matchup over a year ago.) [Jeffrey said:] "I'm still not buying the Mitt hype ...”
“The words "bigshot" sounded especially foreign coming from her mouth.”
“The only cause I can kind of point to: Michael was supposed to be the "bigshot".”
“I am cautious as a new boy that I am not going in like a bull in a china shop because the last thing on this earth I would like to be seen as is as some bigshot walking in.”
“But Steyn, naturally, thinks Gates, that "Ivy League bigshot," that "blowhard grievance-monger," was the villain of the piece, and he uses this occasion to hack away at the über-uppity nigra Barack Obama as well.”
“The Repukes have already demonstrated that they don't give a rat's patoot about anybody but their bigshot corporate buddies, and increasing their profits, and anybody who believes their nonsense and lies has his head in the sand.”
“Some ten or so years back, I recall Disney bigshot Eisner, making the remark, that the admission prices to Disneyland & world, would be continued to be jacked up, until attendence dropped off. the same philosophy is being put into action here.”
“Mark Wahlberg may play a bigshot tough guy in Contraband, but comments he made suggesting he could have prevented some of the 9/11 tragedy have him apologizing.”
“Or better yet, give $1,000, get the match and look like a bigshot.”
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