Ample in dimensions, quantity, or number; having much size, bulk, volume, extent, capacity, scope, length, breadth, etc., absolutely or relatively; being of more than common measure; wide; broad; spacious; great; big; bulky: opposed to small or little, and used of both corporeal and incorporeal subjects: as, a large house, man, or ox; a large plain or river; a large supply, assembly, or number of people; to deal on a large scale or with large subjects; to seek a larger sphere; a man of large mind or heart; a large manner in painting; the largest liberty of action; to confer large powers upon an agent; large views.Full; complete.Ample or free in expenditure; liberal; lavish; prodigal; extravagant.Ample or liberal in words; diffuse; free; full; extended: applied to language.Free from restraint; being at large.Free from moral restraint; broad; licentious.Clamorous; boisterous; blatant.Free; favorable as regards direction; fair: applied to the wind. See large, adv., 3.Synonyms Big, etc. (see great); capacious, expansive, spacious.n. Freedom; unrestraint: in the phrase at large (which see, below).n. In old musical notation, a note properly equivalent in value either to three or to two longs, according to the rhythm used. Also called a maxima or maxim. It was variously made, as when used at the end of a piece its time value was often indefinite.n. Bounty; largess.n. At liberty; without restraint or confinement: as, to go at large; to be left at large.n. At length; in or to the full extent; fully: as, to discourse on a subject at large.n. In general; as a whole; altogether.n. For the whole; free from the customary limitation. In the United States a congressman at large is one elected by the voters of a whole State instead of those of a single district; which is done when the existing apportionment by districts does not provide for all the representatives to which the State is entitled. In some places an alderman or a supervisor at large is elected by a whole city or county, in addition to those elected by wards or townships.To get free.Largely; broadly; freely; with license.Fully; at large.Nautical, before the wind; with the wind free or on the quarter, or in such a direction that studding-sails will draw: as, to go or sail large.Full; at full; in all.“Big”; boastfully.