American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Of a fairly large size.
- adj. Of a reasonable large size
“It's interesting to see good-sized, new call buying with shares down so much.”
“My ladyfriend had Movistar but it lacked coverage even in good-sized pueblos like Tepecaltepec.”
“I have heard from many drama teachers who bemoan the fact that their kids perform the same old chestnuts over and over, that few are really age appropriate, and that only a limited number of musicals accommodates a good-sized cast.”
“He has a good-sized garden now, but he used to have a few acres of crops.”
“But by choosing to gain power through a politics that only motivates through hate and fear, you've recruited a good-sized army of those crazies, armed them up, and turned them into paranoid monsters that are now running loose on the American landscape.”
“I'm a pretty good-sized guy and I tried to fight them off, but it was no use.”
“Witnesses, including her husband, Kenny, later told Brewer the herd of seven to nine “good-sized does” must have been running at least 40 mph ....”
“There are two good-sized clinics in town with English speaking doctors and staff and very reasonable prices.”
“Then place 1½ slices of polenta on each dish and top with two good-sized ladles of chickpea mixture.”
“Then place 1Â½ slices of polenta on each dish and top with two good-sized ladles of chickpea mixture.”
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