big old

big old

Exceptionally or impressively large, either in physical size or in magnitude, where "old" is an intensifier and not indicative of age. Grab hold of that big old bag of cement and throw it into the back of my truck. Well, that's just a big old lie and you know it!
See also: big, old
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A big old lurcher got up slowly from the door-stone, stretching first one hind leg and then the other, and taking Tom's caresses and the presence of Toby, who kept, however, at a respectful distance, with equal indifference.
"The gentleman gave the alarm, miss," said the servant, describing the event, as it had been related to him, "and the man--a huge, big old man--was carried to the inn.
If he were ever a big old man, he has shrunk into a little old man; if he were always a little old man, he has dwindled into a less old man.
It's sooo annoying when one of your burrowing owl friends is a big old attention seeker
How about doing up the Sons of Rest, the big old white house?
ar terms, the holders To put it in car might not be a nice, shiny, two or three-year-low mileage like the England team, the big old Mercedes with 150,000 miles which still hasn't changed.
Up every morning at 6 o'clock, Along the passage to open the big old lock.
Wallace will play no part in the bounce game but the club wanted him to make the trip to allow their medical staff to begin treatment as soon as possible ahead of next weekend's big Old Firm clash.
"It was a big operation, and there is a big old scar there.
According to Uber and GrabTaxi drivers, there are many big old taxi operators who are now joining on the bandwagon.
The cutest Jewish boy in the entire world (that's not an opinion, that's a statement of fact) is taking on the role of the ultimate nerd (see Rick Moranis in the 1986 film version, an indelible performance by the ultimate portrayer of ultimate nerds) in a big old Broadway musical.
TOMORROW TOMORROW IN YOUR THE BIG OLD FIRM VERDICTS