Sizable in a sentence as an adjective

I suggest a sizable part of the HN "doesn't get it".

That is a pretty sizable chunk of cash to be hanging out there 'in the float' as it were.

I figure that's also covers a sizable group of us here on Hacker News.

I have a sizable list of items to get through before I was planning to publicize.

So I learned to ration it out and collected a sizable library of tapes I could cycle through.

They allegedly had a sizable amount, more than your normal 1/8th of an ounce, but nothing obscene.

Back in April, there was an attack on 1Password that managed to exploit some flaws in its crypto scheme to achieve a sizable speedup.

Indeed, they are frequently dissatisfied even with their sizable fortunes.

Congratulations, you have turned a sizable part of the silent majority into an opponent.

There was little to no talk of "ethnic tensions" or "ancient hatreds", and all three major religions mixed freely, along with a sizable Jewish population dating back to the 1400s.

Artists received sizable advances calibrated for "modest success" level outcome for their recordings.

Of course, GitHub did not invent git, but they made it easy to host your repositories, and once Rails migrated to GitHub, the rest of the Ruby world came with it - followed shortly thereafter by a sizable chunk of the wider web development community.

I didn't really care about it, figuring that their studying habits were much more diligent than mine, until one time I arrived in the classroom 45 minutes early and found out a sizable proportion of them were merrily exchanging answers and copying off of each other.

Sizable definitions


fairly large; "a sizable fortune"; "an ample waistline"; "of ample proportions"

See also: ample sizeable


large in amount or extent or degree; "it cost a considerable amount"; "a goodly amount"; "received a hefty bonus"; "a respectable sum"; "a tidy sum of money"; "a sizable fortune"

See also: goodly goodish healthy hefty respectable sizeable tidy