abnormally or comparatively large in dimensions or degree; of large proportions; of wide level or expanse; large; huge: as, outstanding rock, house, farm, pond, length, view, etc.
huge in number; many: because, a good multitude; outstanding collection.
Exceeding or uncommon in level: since, great fear, love, strength, wealth, energy.
Widely extended with time; of lengthy duration; long-continued; very long: as, an excellent wait.
Of huge level or range; stately; imposing; magnificent: because, a good enjoyment.
Of big consequence; essential; momentous; weighty; impressive.
Chief; principal; largest or vital: as, the truly amazing seal of England; the great toe.
Holding an eminent or a superlative place in respect to position, company, energy, or psychological or ethical endowments or acquirements; eminent; distinguished; popular: because, the great Creator; outstanding wizard, hero, or philosopher; outstanding impostor; Peter the Great.
Grand; magnanimous; munificent; noble; aspiring: because, an excellent soul.
Expressive of haughtiness or pride; arrogant; big: because, great looks; great terms.
Filled; teeming; expecting; gravid.
. Well known; notorious.
Much doing his thing; active; persistent; earnest; zealous: as, a fantastic buddy into bad; a great foe to dominance.
Much used; a lot used; much impacted;
In geneal., one degree more remote in ascent or descent: generally joined with its noun by a hyphen, and used alone limited to brothers and sisters of lineal ancestors, in other instances prior to the prefix grand-: as, great-uncle, great-aunt (cousin or sis of a grandparent); great-grandfather, great-grandson, great-grandneph-ew.
In music, into the comparative, same as major: as, better 3rd (a major third), etc.
In a wider feeling, a colon or series.
The forty years' division, a. d. 1378-1417, between various parties in Latin or Roman Catholic Church, which adhered to different popes.
The Black Sea.
The matching season of this chapel 12 months, from Easter to Ascension.