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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwhopperwhop‧per /ˈwɒpə $ ˈwɑːpər/ noun [countable] informal  1 LIE/TELL A LIEa lie She tells one whopper after another.2 BIGsomething unusually big The fish Mike caught was a whopper.
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whopperAnd as many as 2,500 whopper swans feed on the farmland adjacent to the lough.This storm's going to be a whopper.She lay on the bank for a long time waiting patiently until she spotted a whopper.No one even had a hangar big enough for building such a whopper, let alone the risk capital.And if our leaders were going to lie about their methods, they were almost by necessity going to tell a whopper.I came up with a whopper.She tells one whopper after another.
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