Definition of 'a whale of a'
Example sentences containing 'a whale of a'
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We'll stay in awful tourist courts and eat terrible food in roadside diners and generally have a whale of a time.52449_CLARA (2003)
Definition of a whale of a from the Collins English Dictionary
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