Definition of Large order
1. Noun. A formidable task or requirement. "Finishing in time was a tall order but we did it"
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Literary usage of Large order
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1. Select Extra-tropical Plants Readily Eligible for Industrial Culture Or by Ferdinand von Mueller (1884)
"... this may give a clue to the adaptability of many other kinds of woods in the large order of Ebenaceae as substitutes for the Turkish boxwood. ..."
2. Pickle the Spy; Or, The Incognito of Prince Charles by Andrew Lang (1897)
"... reads Fielding's novels—Determines to go to England—large order of arms —Reproached by James—Intagli of James—En route for London —September 1750. ..."