sizable

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size +‎ -able

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sizable (comparative more sizable, superlative most sizable)

  1. fairly large
    He gave a sizable cash donation, sizable enough that the IRS wondered where all that money came from.
    • 2015, Elizabeth Royte, Vultures Are Revolting. Here's Why We Need to Save Them., National Geographic (December 2015)[1]
      A vulture can wolf more than two pounds of meat in a minute; a sizable crowd can strip a zebra—nose to tail—in 30 minutes.

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