Common misspellings for large:
gardge, larage, larke, largee, leager, alarge, luggagge, karge, leverge, ludge, llergy, lakew, pladge, lrge, laugter, laquer, largwe, llarge, luggadge, lorge, largere, earge, lkije, larlgey, larfe, gearge, leagie, laege, louge, larhe, langue, lugagge, lardge, larg, largley, lrage, garger, larue, larrge, leaque, larege, plage, larged, laungue, logge, legue, larga, lauguge, legle, leuge, largher, alergie, leaguge, harge, lanuge, sharge, leadge, varge, lauqh, oarge, knowladge, lagrer, leauge, lanauge, leaugue, 1large, xlarge, alage, laugage, larght, gaurge, vllage, darger, arge, flage, pleadge, larget, lekage, lagit, knalage, largly, largey, parge, velage, lauage, languae, latrge, largel, leage, lagre, lrarge, knolage, lkarge, lanugae, largeley, lepage, colage, luague, carger, bardge, lsrge, largs, laguage, largeer, gaarge, lagguge, garge, iarge, laarger, argew, lakke, loarge, knoladge, largeyl, nalege, elarge, laggs, laugf, valage, vaige, laerge, laforgue, largwr, gharge, allage, largr, laaugh, leagel, lanague, laage, lugage, lurke, laghe, argie, launge, lareger, nalage, laegue, largy, laarge, slurge, largeat, laque, lacqer, larfge, largre, lage, leugue, larde, leuage, lanage, larket, lighe, langaue, largle, alrge, leangue, laufg, clerge, lagugae, laugph, lareg, argee, plaigue, leakge, lijie, laurne, levearge, lagauge, targe, leige, targer, lugauge, laike, lrger, knowloadge, larie, palege, lauhg, lugaggue, lieage, laged, layie, legauge, lagage, leackege, alarger, largge, learge, ulagy, lanrge, largesy, latge, lacuer, leaverge, laegely, collarge, laqure, arger, flagge, leageu, thelarge, clarge, lerge, illege, laogh, larve, lauged, largen, larer, viallge, laugth, larrr, largerly, gargue, leaig, plaige, lafge, largewr, laguge, leakege, carge, larghed, lakre, lague, plauge, dlarge, knawlage, lare, lasrge, caloge, large3, cleargy, largter, lugge, langer, largery, largh, leagu, nolage, larken, earger, lidge, llarger, laughe, plaugue, leaague, lagrge, largw, largde, lartge, laguege, lardger, lauge, lagth, latger, klarge, noladge, laguh, lauange, louage, lurge, lekige, lauhgter, vleargy, lagone, lerger, calage, luagge, garwge, laigh, leaaque, fleadge, laugue, knoalge, larghe, argi, alegie, larea, farge, lacke, lagua, lakee, lakle, lange, larte, klarger, laruie, leagua, logagge, marge, lared o, lzrge, lwrge, lqrge, ladge, la5ge, la4ge, larbe, larye, largd, larg4, larg3, plarge, lparge, olarge, lzarge, lazrge, lsarge, lwarge, lawrge, lqarge, laqrge, ladrge, lafrge, la5rge, lar5ge, la4rge, lar4ge, largfe, larvge, largve, larbge, largbe, larhge, laryge, largye, largte, largew, largse, larges, larger, larg4e, large4, larg3e, large, lcrge, la2ge, lazge, lavge, lapge, lasge, larwe, laroe, larce, laree, largu, largm, largg, l arge, la rge, lar ge, larg e.
Definition of large:
- Having more than usual power or capacity; having broad sympathies and generous impulses; comprehensive; -- said of the mind and heart.
- Unrestrained by decorum; -- said of language.
- Crossing the line of a ship's course in a favorable direction; -- said of the wind when it is abeam, or between the beam and the quarter.
- Abundant; ample; as, a large supply of provisions.
- Full in statement; diffuse; full; profuse.
- Free; unembarrassed.
- Prodigal in expending; lavish.
- Having more than usual power or capacity; having broad sympathies and generous impulses; comprehensive; - said of the mind and heart.
- Unrestrained by decorum; - said of language.
- Crossing the line of a ship's course in a favorable direction; - said of the wind when it is abeam, or between the beam and the quarter.
- a garment size for a large person
- A musical note, formerly in use, equal to two longs, four breves, or eight semibreves.
- with the wind abaft the beam; " a ship sailing large"
- at a distance, wide of something ( as of a mark)
- conspicuous in position or importance; " a big figure in the movement"; " big man on campus"; " he's very large in financial circles"; " a prominent citizen"
- generous and understanding and tolerant; " a heart big enough to hold no grudges"; " that's very big of you to be so forgiving"; " a large and generous spirit"; " a large heart"; " magnanimous toward his enemies"
- in an advanced stage of pregnancy; " was big with child"; " was great with child"
- ostentatiously lofty in style; " a man given to large talk"; " tumid political prose"
- fairly large or important in effect; influential; " played a large role in the negotiations"
- having broad power and range and scope; " taking the large view"; " a large effect"; " a large sympathy"
- Exceeding most other things of like kind in bulk, capacity, quantity, superficial dimensions, or number of constituent units; big; great; capacious; extensive; -- opposed to small; as, a large horse; a large house or room; a large lake or pool; a large jug or spoon; a large vineyard; a large army; a large city.
- Great in size; bulky; wide; extensive; broad in understanding or sympathy; as, a large mind; at large, in full; as, to discuss a subject at large; free; as, the thief is at large; for a whole state, district, etc.; as, a Congressman at large.
- Great in size: extensive: bulky: wide: long: abundant.
- Great in size; extensive; abundant.
- Great as regards size, quantity, etc.; big; broad.
- Great in size, or quantity, or number, or extent, or capacity; bulky; abundant; numerous; ample; diffuse; wide; extensive; capacious; comprehensive; liberal; generous. At large, without restraint or confinement; diffusely; fully.
- Of great size; bulky; copious; liberal.