Words and phrases that have a meaning related to biggar:   (122 results)

Often used in the same context:
lovett, fenwick, denham, macmillan, grainger, eastwood, heywood, fort william, foyle, currie, nairn, urquhart, trollope, britannia, hollins, lorne, deakin, jacksons, eyre, butterfield, open day, dobbin, beaton, lauder, gower, symons, fergus, lindley, mcintosh, morley, hodgson, traynor, mcgill, woolf, deane, godwin, mcardle, waugh, staines, turnbull, cromer, forster, innes, talbot, glengarry, community centre, kendal, gordie, beckett, favourites, hutchins, geddes, abner, southall, wilkie, mcevoy, plough, manley, barnard, roddy, larkin, mcleod, vikki, gould, mcnamara, mcintyre, rhode, boxing day, grattan, downes, stubbs, flying start, petrie, worsley, higgs, mckenzie, eames, colman, mcmillan, oates, leith, finlay, humour, eagle scout, alford, hardie, martel, halliday, sydenham, fogg, beveridge, clough, llewellyn, callaghan, macleod, buckley, long shot, keaton, lift off, rankin, jamieson, tarrant, abridgments, adversary, agassiz, alger, altarpiece, ammonites, armageddon, asparagus, azaleas, bastile, bellows, berg, bernard, boatswain, boehm, boomer, bronte, broom, buckles, bulkeley

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— Adjectives for biggar: late, old, gigantic, saskatoon

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