Definition of 'whopping'
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The show gained her praise from critics as she royally owned the role, and the series averaged a whopping 7.7 million viewers. The Sun (2016)Just think what you could do with a whopping ten grand. The Sun (2008)This disguises the whopping great message of healthy eating and exercise. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It relies on a whopping great wind turbine or power plant. Times, Sunday Times (2008)And up for grabs is a whopping prize pot of 150,000. The Sun (2014)Huge congratulations to you, with that whopping great gold medal. The Sun (2012)He's got a whopping great bill to pay. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A whopping ten million copies of the books were sold last year alone. The Sun (2012)But Straight is both underwritten and undermined by a whopping great central conceit that needs your goodwill to sustain it. Times, Sunday Times (2012)A 100g portion gives a whopping ten teaspoons of sugar. Times, Sunday Times (2010)My home town of Coventry has just appointed a chief executive on a whopping salary of 175,000. The Sun (2009)Play super Sun Bingo where you have a chance to land a whopping ten grand. The Sun (2011)Play super Sun Bingo and you could land a whopping ten grand. The Sun (2010)Have a go at super Sun Bingo and you could win a whopping ten grand. The Sun (2010)Britain is a small place with a whopping great world-class city in its bottom right-hand corner. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But he shed a whopping three stone, making him almost unrecognisable, while learning to ballroom dance! The Sun (2009)Similarly, if you are a hipster and are sporting a whopping great beard, now might be the time to shave it off. The Sun (2014)UK acts now account for a whopping one in ten records sold in North America. The Sun (2009)PLAY super Sun Bingo with a whopping ten grand up for grabs. The Sun (2011)EYES down for super Sun Bingo where you could land a whopping ten grand. The Sun (2010)The only disadvantage he has is that he is a tad younger than me; but that disadvantage is also a whopping great advantage, obviously. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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