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Pronunciation:

[ɡ_ɹ_ˈeɪ_t], [ɡɹˈe͡ɪt], [ɡɹˈe‍ɪt]
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Synonyms for Great:

large (adjective) noble (adjective) size (adjective) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Great:

  • cceate,
  • gritt,
  • gerheart,
  • grred,
  • yougrt,
  • greavy,
  • agread,
  • creatie,
  • graity,
  • rgiht,
  • getat,
  • gereate,
  • garet,
  • gret,
  • greaest,
  • gerhart,
  • greateer,
  • gredy,
  • icreate,
  • acreata,
  • greedt,
  • dgreat,
  • graat,
  • gretare,
  • grait,
  • freat,
  • cigeret,
  • gresat,
  • greak,
  • gererator,
  • screat,
  • graid,
  • greatv,
  • grat,
  • gourmat,
  • gurad,
  • creit,
  • growt,
  • greaty,
  • gretat,
  • agreet,
  • gredit,
  • reat,
  • grden,
  • greeet,
  • gurest,
  • karrat,
  • garduate,
  • recoat,
  • gerraff,
  • sreet,
  • aireate,
  • grear,
  • grerater,
  • grabt,
  • greaten,
  • creatig,
  • grammat,
  • gread,
  • freate,
  • rgeat,
  • carseat,
  • grean,
  • creatd,
  • greay,
  • treart,
  • gerad,
  • graite,
  • gerrard,
  • grwat,
  • graght,
  • grdauat,
  • gretta,
  • tagret,
  • grreater,
  • creatid,
  • breat,
  • jeremt,
  • grweat,
  • greatway,
  • krept,
  • greatyer,
  • gromit,
  • koreasat,
  • rgret,
  • kredit,
  • gorrect,
  • agrat,
  • grea,
  • grity,
  • createa,
  • greww,
  • greait,
  • geraff,
  • gormeut,
  • gretaer,
  • gremmar,
  • regata,
  • ccreate,
  • gretal,
  • gerage,
  • agreat,
  • graeat,
  • gerater,
  • jrdan,
  • ciggreate,
  • regreat,
  • greaalty,
  • grete,
  • treatt,
  • greaer,
  • grede,
  • creatue,
  • gresh,
  • gtreat,
  • creaet,
  • recat,
  • greaat,
  • greul,
  • greacy,
  • gruad,
  • greatd,
  • greatis,
  • greeat,
  • greot,
  • qreat,
  • greeatly,
  • growht,
  • greate,
  • greab,
  • greal,
  • regrat,
  • graet,
  • sgreat,
  • grealty,
  • grreat,
  • girraf,
  • creaat,
  • guiatr,
  • secreat,
  • grealy,
  • accreat,
  • gretaly,
  • geat,
  • jerad,
  • girrard,
  • aggread,
  • credat,
  • greddy,
  • greart,
  • gaiat,
  • great1,
  • credut,
  • greately,
  • greqat,
  • greatyly,
  • cigerett,
  • gradeat,
  • greety,
  • geart,
  • grauate,
  • grite,
  • credt,
  • crect,
  • grdae,
  • grast,
  • figrut,
  • greast,
  • gokart,
  • greaset,
  • creast,
  • greatw,
  • geratly,
  • greade,
  • greatr,
  • reackt,
  • gratly,
  • areta,
  • gereat,
  • greatm,
  • greap,
  • greader,
  • herat,
  • createe,
  • vreate,
  • greata,
  • greartly,
  • grealt,
  • reate,
  • greaterer,
  • greath,
  • creadt,
  • greetd,
  • gereal,
  • geate,
  • thegreat,
  • greent,
  • greatley,
  • cvreate,
  • crep't,
  • greato,
  • dicreat,
  • rugrat,
  • creadit,
  • ciggerett,
  • greatle,
  • dreate,
  • greete,
  • rgreat,
  • grerat,
  • crfeate,
  • ghreat,
  • gerrad,
  • creat,
  • treaet,
  • guareetee,
  • graete,
  • grator,
  • hreat,
  • garratt,
  • ctreat,
  • grewat,
  • gront,
  • greas,
  • greag,
  • gueratee,
  • herart,
  • wereat,
  • graud,
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  • correet,
  • greatl,
  • greant,
  • creeate,
  • grest,
  • gerator,
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  • guriuity,
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  • greawt,
  • greaqt,
  • gteat,
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  • veratti,
  • oread,
  • greetn,
  • herat282,
  • qruit,
  • aggreate,
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  • garett,
  • treta,
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  • korrekt,
  • gurudwara,
  • gready,
  • creaete,
  • gerat,
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  • treeat,
  • geert,
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  • creatur,
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  • ggreat,
  • guesat,
  • creativ,
  • jurat,
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  • gerret,
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  • griedy,
  • gelati,
  • reaty,
  • creaate,
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  • ciggret,
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  • carrecat,
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  • groath,
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  • gujrat,
  • greest,
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  • ciggrett,
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  • creito,
  • greaf,
  • preat,
  • greeater,
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  • greatre,
  • gueat,
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  • gormat,
  • regrett,
  • creta,
  • geral,
  • areate,
  • greett,
  • ctreate,
  • cread,
  • cigret,
  • reart,
  • areout,
  • girate,
  • cretae,
  • graetly,
  • geraed,
  • grnat,
  • grrat,
  • guitat,
  • grudual,
  • geeral,
  • iread,
  • cigreete,
  • gratn,
  • crearte,
  • creatour,
  • greatky,
  • gruit,
  • grayt,
  • yoguhrt,
  • yogrut,
  • hgreat,
  • greeway,
  • gueast,
  • grdual,
  • greazy,
  • greeady,
  • careet,
  • cigareet,
  • gwhat,
  • greyhoud,
  • grduate,
  • greatt,
  • graed,
  • corett,
  • creamt,
  • cfreate,
  • creatr,
  • creatte,
  • crreate,
  • sreate,
  • crierta,
  • dacreat,
  • gerado,
  • germad,
  • gfet,
  • gget,
  • gridth,
  • greame,
  • greanite,
  • goreat,
  • gr3eat,
  • greta,
  • grett,
  • greateror,
  • greed2,
  • gveet,
  • gretas,
  • growty,
  • guareete,
  • guewt,
  • jarett,
  • orcreate,
  • screate,
  • terat,
  • treaat.

Rhymes for Great:

  1. pate, rate, plait, gate, plate, skate, gait, state, sate, late, spate, straight, slate, wait, prate, crate, hate, fate, tate, bait, weight, bate, eight, fete, grate, freight, trait, strait, ate, date, mate;
  2. ornate, restate, predate, dilate, relate, prorate, innate, berate, sedate, irate, lightweight, kuwait, translate, equate, oblate, collate, inflate, debate, elate, await, est, misstate, postdate, deflate, estate, dictate, conflate, gestate, abate, create, negate;
  3. overweight, desecrate, solid-state, interstate, overrate, underrate, reinstate, conjugate, procreate, intrastate;
  4. interrelate, remunerate;

Quotes for Great:

  1. People go 'You look a lot like Minnie Driver.' Once I said, 'Thanks, Minnie is a great actress.' But, it blew up in my face. This person said, 'Nah, didn't like the last movie she did.' Minnie Driver.
  2. When the great promise of the Spirit was fulfilled on the day of Pentecost, it was fulfilled not in reference to the apostles only. Charles Hodge.
  3. I had been with the label since I was 21. The label wanted shiny pop but I didn't. I found a little independent and we've got all these great reviews in England and now it has gone gold. Alison Moyet.

Idioms of Great:

  1. in great haste;
  2. be one/ another of life's great mysteries;
  3. time heals ( all wounds), at time's a great healer;

Adjectives for Great:

  • famous jamaican,
  • legendary and very disappointing,
  • second aesthetic,
  • more fortress-like,
  • crested and vividly coloured,
  • dangerous, impenetrable,
  • enormous unexplored,
  • gloomy, swampy,
  • real or first-rate,
  • massive fawn-colored,
  • nice, typical,
  • old, senile,
  • mysterious and legendary,
  • least populous,
  • distant, unknown,
  • your little,
  • wise and wonderful,
  • entire vast,
  • much alive,
  • grey and brown,
  • good black,
  • few miserable,
  • more fortunate,
  • crested,
  • more ancient,
  • huge black,
  • male and female,
  • more powerful,
  • many more,
  • legendary,
  • many other,
  • gloomy,
  • wise,
  • grey,
  • nice,
  • dangerous,
  • real,
  • mysterious,
  • male,
  • distant,
  • irish total,
  • idle unrepentant,
  • wealthy, mighty,
  • splendid, irreplaceable,
  • dull, would-be,
  • flighty and high-handed,
  • perfidious and tyrannical,
  • british victorian,
  • well-bred, well-trained,
  • inane and unimaginative,
  • last titular,
  • barbarous and bloodthirsty,
  • several other,
  • old drab,
  • more reddish,
  • your last,
  • entire next,
  • best and most,
  • more greedy,
  • spanish admiral,
  • vigorous and active,
  • nice sweet,
  • more venerable,
  • old and well-known,
  • imperial german,
  • last despairing,
  • much vaunted,
  • new economic,
  • thy golden,
  • thy last,
  • rare and valuable,
  • much easier,
  • more northern,
  • long past,
  • flighty,
  • inane,
  • perfidious,
  • well-bred,
  • little old,
  • good many,
  • barbarous,
  • several other,
  • more and more,
  • wealthy,
  • vigorous,
  • dull,
  • rare,
  • splendid,
  • best,
  • more,
  • now single and potent,
  • fast-approaching most,
  • shockingly unjust and cruel,
  • shockingly unjust,
  • single and potent,
  • precious, most,
  • many improbable,
  • now single,
  • fierce and powerful,
  • actual present,
  • young, inexperienced,
  • unjust and cruel,
  • young female,
  • unjust,
  • young,
  • fierce,
  • precious,
  • single,
  • old,
  • fabulous, infamous,
  • good and most,
  • scornful dark,
  • most recent,
  • own personal,
  • fabulous,
  • good,
  • thirty-one former,
  • edgy, inquisitive,
  • distant most,
  • edgy,
  • murky purple,
  • vast and terrifying,
  • calm, golden,
  • calm,
  • vast,
  • good old,
  • dear little.
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