Will it win seats in the elections, provide a real voice for women, and make a large impact on gender equality in Hebron?
"When I first stepped into Elaine's, in 1964, it was simply one large, permissive room," Jack Richardson says.
For large swaths of the second half, Oklahoma City played a maddening brand of one-on-one ball.
We had a large home, and we took them in and sheltered them for six months, maybe longer.
He has risen in large part to fill a void created by the collapse of other candidates.
If so, you must have one of each—a large one, I said—what the devil's the use of that?
She called them the Montmorencys, when she did not call them the large Family.
He had a large old library, a great part of which he inherited from his father.
But that is a large subject: let us leave it till after tea.
There is a large clump of bushes, behind which you will stand.
c.1200, "bountiful, inclined to give or spend freely," also, of areas, "great in expanse," from Old French large "broad, wide; generous, bounteous," from Latin largus "abundant, copious, plentiful; bountiful, liberal in giving," of unknown origin. Main modern meanings "extensive; big in overall size" emerged 14c. An older sense of "liberated, free from restraining influence" is preserved in at large (late 14c.). Adjective phrase larger-than-life first attested 1937 (bigger than life is from 1640s).