sizeable

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size +‎ -able

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sizeable ‎(comparative more sizeable, superlative most sizeable)

  1. (Britain, alternative in Canada) fairly large
    • 2015, Daniel Taylor, Manchester City’s Sergio Agüero too good for Chelsea as Diego Costa labours (in The Guardian, 16 August 2015)[1]
      City look stronger, fitter and more motivated than last season and even at this early stage the gap feels like a sizeable advantage.

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