Definition of Supersized

1. Verb. (past of supersize) ¹



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Definition of Supersized

1. supersize [v] - See also: supersize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Supersized

supershows
supersign
supersigns
supersilyl
supersimple
supersinger
supersingers
supersinglet
supersinglets
supersingular
supersister
supersisters
supersite
supersites
supersize
supersized (current term)
supersizes
supersizing
superskinny
superslasher
supersleek
supersleuth
supersleuths
superslick
superslim
superslow
superslut
supersluts
supersmall
supersmart

Literary usage of Supersized

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1. The Literary World by Samuel R. Crocker, Edward Abbott, Nicholas Paine Gilman, Madeline Vaughan Abbott Bushnell, Bliss Carman, Herbert Copeland (1881)
"... printed on heavy supersized and calen dered tinted paper, gilt edges, and bound in cloth, with gold side stamp, price, $1.50. ..."

2. Practical Photo-micrography: By the Latest Methodsby Andrew Pringle by Andrew Pringle (1890)
"The book is printed on fine supersized and calendered paper, and bound substantially and neatly in ..."

3. Practical Photo-micrography: By the Latest Methodsby Andrew Pringle by Andrew Pringle (1890)
"The book is printed on fine supersized and calendered paper, and bound substantially and neatly in cloth, uniform with the other volumes of THE SCOVILL ..."

4. American Vulgar: The Politics of Manipulation Versus the Culture of Awareness by Robert Grudin (2006)
"To pig out on a triple burger with supersized fries is vulgar, very vulgar, but not evil. On the other hand, to say that everything evil is vulgar is, ..."

5. The Printers' Handbook of Trade Recipes, Hints & Suggestions Relating to by Charles Thomas Jacobi (1891)
"This solution, in a warm condition, is to be filtered, and with it a heavy supersized and calendered book paper may be coated like transfer paper. ..."

6. Writing for the Press: A Manual by Robert Luce (1907)
"... the name of 'machine finish'—abbreviated to 'M F.' The smoother papers are called 'sized and calendered'— •S. & C.'—or 'supersized and calendered'—'S. ..."

7. Journal of Materia Medica (1878)
"The book comprises sixty- four pages, exclusive of the cover, and printed as it is upon supersized and calendered paper of the richest finish, ..."

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