Outsized



[out-sahyz] /ˈaʊtˌsaɪz/

noun
1.
an uncommon or irregular , especially one larger than average.
2.
a garment of such a .
adjective
3.
Also, outsized. being unusually or abnormally large, heavy, extensive, etc.:
a rack of outsize dresses; an outsize puppy; pampering an outsize ego.
/ˈaʊtˌsaɪz/
adjective
1.
Also outsized. very large or larger than normal: outsize tomatoes
noun
2.
something outsize, such as a garment or person
3.
(modifier) relating to or dealing in outsize clothes: an outsize shop
adj.

“larger than average,” 1880, from out (adv.) + size.

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