He did it with a big band, as if he was in his own golden era of old Broadway.
I did—as I do when a big band of Indians cross my trail—I skirted it.
The big band chariot was slowly ascending the foothills of the mountains.
A big band of deer's workin' down this way, and they're like to come out any time.
They're a big band, so big that they ain't afeard o' bein' attacked.
We must leave the trail, or like as not we'll run squarely into a big band.
I had killed fifteen buffaloes, and we were on our way home with a wagonload of meat when we were jumped by a big band of Indians.
A big band of hunters is in the jungle, and they are coming this way.
And into the midst of the big band of brothers stalked Death—far too frequently during the Great War.
We both stopped an' looked eround, an' thar stood watchin' us a big band o' wild hawgs.
: the big-band sound/ big-band era
A large band of dance or swing musicians, esp like the Benny Goodman or Tommy Dorsey bands of the 1930s (1920s+)