big ole

big ole

Exceptionally or impressively large, either in physical size or in magnitude, where "ole," a colloquial pronunciation of the word "old," is an intensifier and not indicative of age. Grab hold of that big ole bag of cement and throw it into the back of my truck. Well, that's just a big ole lie and you know it!
See also: big, olé
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Stone sang only a small portion of her hit song You Had Me but belted out rousing renditions of songs such as Super Duper Love, Stoned Out of My Mind and Big Ole Game with her two backup vocalists singing happily along.
Rihanna posted this picture on Instagram with the picture "All alone in my big ole jet
Most folks will agree that any keeper snapper is a fine one, but catching a big ole sow snapper, well that's just a lot more fun.
SHAKIN' Stevens has revealed he nearly went to the big Ole House in the sky after suffering a heart attack last year.
There's the $25 million sodium sulfur battery - locals call it BOB, for Big Ole Battery - recently installed in Presidio, just south of Marfa, which will keep the little border town burning bright even during power outages.
The game's the thing, usually, but a recent tradition that has developed for the Nicholas family is a Thanksgiving meal at the Van Buren--which just happens to coincide with the big Ole Miss-State game.
He's the guy in the cab of a big ole steam engine, face smeared with coal dust, skin dessicated by the hot winds of locomotion.
Now I count the blessings of being a big ole ginger (more hard gs please) like the fact I supposedly have a higher pain threshold, will go grey slower, and I can brighten up a black outfit without the need for lipstick.
She was the only Dudette among those half-dozen fey Dudes, charming men all, with names like Big Ole and Rigger Slim.
Just a big ole gay mecca"--a freshman's description of the University of Kansas in Lawrence.
Think again, before a big ole metaphoric catfish bites your newspaper right in the butt.
Over 22 years," he says, "I've become a big ole boy.
While calling, a different big ole boy came cruising in and didn't look happy.
No more customers shelling out a dime per quart or buying tickets for 12 quarts for a big ole fat dollar.
VOICE: (Whispering loudly) Don't see how that great big ole powerful woman could be sick.