- n.特大的（或硕大的）东西; 谎言; 瞎话; 弥天大谎
- 复数: whoppers;
The man didn't carry a big stick . His face wasn't covered with hair , added Whopper.
But Whopper kept playing his game.
If she said that, she was telling a real whopper.
Whopper had told another lie.
He looked at Whopper.
When Whopper went near the people, they looked at him.
Whopper took the man to the bushes.
He was three years older than Whopper.
Wanna a whopper for lunch?
JULES What do they call a Whopper?
Whopper did not answer, but his eyes were shining with excitement.
Whopper was standing in the doorway.
He told a real whopper to excuse his lateness.
Bring me back a whopper and I'll a happy old man.
At first Whopper was very pleased.
Shortages of flu vaccine are nothing new in America, but this year's is a whopper.
Whopper kept running all the way to the drugstore.
Whopper had a problem.
I saw it near the bushes, answered Whopper.
But Whopper was afraid of it because he was a coward.
He has defrauded billions in capital by telling a real whopper.
Several minutes later, Whopper saw that the man was walking away with the little boy.
The fisherman had caught a whopper.
As comets go, it is a whopper.
1. a gross untruth; a blatant lie
2. something especially big or impressive of its kind
That one's a whopper. I don't believe a word of it.
That thing's really a whopper!