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backlog a big log placed at the rear of a fireplace. [1/3 definitions]
bandleader the conductor of a band, esp. a big band or swing band.
big band the style of music played by a big band, such as swing and jazz dance music. [1/2 definitions]
BMOC abbreviation of "big man on campus" (used to characterize a popular or admired male student, or sometimes one who aggressively promotes his own advancement).
Canis Major a winter constellation in the northern sky, located below Monoceros and containing the brightest of all stars, Sirius; Big Dog.
clean up (informal) to make a big profit. [1/3 definitions]
cut a wide swath to attract considerable attention; make a big impression.
darning needle a large needle with a big eye, used in darning. [1/2 definitions]
dipper see Big Dipper and Little Dipper. [1/4 definitions]
gigantic exceptionally big; huge, as a giant.
go for all the marbles (slang) to risk a great deal hoping for a big gain.
Hercules (l.c.) any very big and strong man. [1/3 definitions]
honcho (slang) a leader; boss; big shot.
howler (informal) a big mistake or blunder. [1/3 definitions]
husky1 big and strong; muscular. [1/3 definitions]
massive consisting of a very large amount or quantity of matter; big and heavy; solid. [1/3 definitions]
mountain a big pile or large quantity. [1/2 definitions]
outgrow to grow too big or old for. [1/3 definitions]
sequoia either of two very large coniferous trees native to California; redwood or big tree.
Siberian tiger any member of the subspecies of tigers that are the largest of the big cats and native to eastern Russia and northern China.
swig (informal) to drink in big rapid swallows; gulp. [1/2 definitions]