Expression of gladness and content about something. (interjection)
A person of major significance, accomplishment or acclaim. (noun)
verywell (in a very satisfactory manner) (adverb)
Examples of word great
* The latest entry mixes it up with a clip from "The Hunt For Red October," which out of context, makes a pretty great statement on the great** state of Arizona.
JIO: Thanks for recommending that GE Timmeh diary to us…..great find and a great read!
Sat and read a great book, there were mostly adults, afternoon..great coffee!
Isn;t it great to have them competing..great options for us as users.
I would have made him great -- _great_ beyond his dreams!
It was however, not given, as our intelligent guide veritably assured us, in honor of the Great Crossings where the man lives who killed Tecumseh, but because two great caves cross here; and moreover said he, "the valiant Colonel ought to change the name of his place, as no two places in a State should bear the same name, and this being the _great_ place ought to have the preference."
"_And there was a great earthquake, such as was not since men were upon the earth, so mighty an earthquake, and so great_."
I assure you the first of August brought a great, _great_ relief to me.
Secondly, because, often in times of great mental strain, combined with exposure, a glass of spirits will give _great temporary relief_ (which is of itself a dangerous fact for a weak-minded man), but this will always be followed by depression, and will in reality be doing great harm instead of lasting good.