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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsizablesiz‧a‧ble /ˈsaɪzəbəl/ adjective  X-REFanother spelling of sizeable
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sizableCarolina stormed to a sizable 28-7 halftime lead by doing what all teams do to the Raidersrunning the ball.Through word of mouth and demand from customers, they've built up a sizable business with five drivers.a sizable crowdMale speaker Coxes have a sizable effect on their crews but they don't dictate whether they win or lose.He is now giving Alan and Jody a realistic picture of what it takes to bring in a sizable endowment.Counts in these Harbours, however, illustrated in Fig. 10, have regularly recorded sizable flocks from September to April.A sizable list could be compiled of painters who were in one way or another influenced by these photographs.Judging from the election results, a sizable number of voters agreed that change was needed.Without them sizable part of its economy would be in danger of collapse.
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