large person


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Noun1.large person - a person of greater than average sizelarge person - a person of greater than average size
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
butterball, fat person, fatso, fatty, roly-poly - a rotund individual
hulk, whale, giant, heavyweight - a very large person; impressive in size or qualities
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It was a goodly sight--that table, with Martin Poyser's round good-humoured face and large person at the head of it helping his servants to the fragrant roast beef and pleased when the empty plates came again.
He was such an alarmingly large person that I quite trembled.
Bonheur said: "I've always wanted to get bigger since I was eight-years-old, I visualised myself being a large person as I was extremely skinny and tall so I got a gym membership on my 16th birthday."
Heading out of the specialist recreation of a hospital's care ward - after being shown how to correctly get a large person up (rock and roll yourself onto your front, bring your knees up and, if possible, pull yourself up using a chair) - and in to public, namely Northumberland Street.
Heading out of the specialist recreation of a hospital's care ward - after being shown how to correctly get a large person up (rock and roll yourself on to your front, bring your knees up and, if possible, pull yourself up using a chair) - and into public, namely Northumberland Street.
Paschoal was this rather large person with a huge voice coming out to speak for the public about why he thinks they need more help, they need more water, the roads need to be repaired.
He's quite a large person, so while I continue the "Calvin" way, I don't dare argue with his way.
A deckchair company is making its chairs wider and offers double deckchairs - designed for two people - for the comfort of one large person. Coffins, too, are available in bigger sizes.
God-given, constitutionally guaranteed right to keep and bear arms is that the young mom is then far more likely to have the kind of self-defense weapon most useful for a small person against a large person, especially a large person whose drug consumption patterns mean he's likely "feeling no pain"--that being a handgun.
A large person requires more calories than a small person, much like an active person needs more than a sedentary person, and men more than women.
There is the usual story about how fat we are all getting as a nation illustrated by the obligatory image of a large person because we don't know what obesity looks like.

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