a good deal bigger

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  • "I left him alone, for he was a good deal bigger than me." ...
  • I tink I like white fellow a good deal bigger than black fellow.
  • And he bore down hard on how it was a good deal bigger business to make a life than to make a living. ...
  • He is really a good deal bigger, and ever so much uglier. ...
  • Glad I'm a man -- and I allow a man is a good deal bigger than a gentleman! ...
  • The Embassy now is a good deal bigger than the whole State Department ever was in times of peace. ...
  • Henry's house is a good deal bigger'n the court house at Punkin Centre. ...
  • Boys of his own size, or even a good deal bigger, never fought with Ned Sinton. ...
  • If he had ever reached the cat he would have been very sorry he had not stayed at home, for she was a good deal bigger than he was. ...
  • I won't try to estimate the odds against our finding him there, but they're a good deal bigger anywhere else.
  • It was a good deal bigger job than they had anticipated, but that only added zest to the undertaking. ...
  • Their goshawks again are as black as crows, a good deal bigger than ours, and very swift and sure. ...
  • Then we pushed into the gullies, which are sheltered from the cold winds off the bay, and here we found the trees a good deal bigger.
  • I guess it was almost as big as a tiger; anyway, it was a good deal bigger than a wild cat. ...
  • And he would have to wait until he was a good deal bigger before his mother took him on an excursion, by night, across the fields to Farmer Green's garden patch. ...
  • But if one thing more than another reconciled me to the Graded Lessons, it was that they made being a Sunday school teacher a good deal bigger job than it had ever been. ...
  • The two furry 'pups' were at first as sprawling and helpless as newborn kittens, though of course a good deal bigger than any kittens you have ever seen. ...
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