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Use "bigness" in a sentence
"Mays has eyes that rival Heather Graham's in bigness and roundness and she can fill them with a sadness that would make her look like a puppy in the rain if she didn't also fill them with mischief."
"I DO wonder if we're seeing another variation of the Caldecott problem, wherein bigness, ambition and (some say) egotism win the prize, and that these themselves are culturally coded as male virtues."
"All the talk about the current problems coming from the gradual repeal of the Glass Steagal from 1980 to 2000 are generally barking up the wrong tree, the gradual allowance of interstate banking (where banks could take deposits and have branches in more than one state), which occurred concurrently, and led to bigger and bigger banks would seem to have mattered far more, if bigness is where the badness is coming from."