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- n. The state of being copious
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The state or quality of being copious; abudance; plenty; also, diffuseness in style.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Abundance; plenty; great quantity; full supply.
- n. Diffuseness of style or manner in writing or speaking, or superabundance of matter.
- n. Synonyms Exuberance, richness, profusion.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the property of a more than adequate quantity or supply
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English) the copiousness is somewhat painful to readers.
These are writers united not by doctrine or ideological commitment, but by an ambition to copiousness and eloquence — and the secret handshake that passes between those who have spent a life among books.
More spending -- a greater flow of money -- Hamilton understood, would "vivify and invigorate the channels of industry, and make them flow with greater activity and copiousness."
That's funny in itself./lipbr/plib I have copiousness of womanlike friends ...
Remembered for knocking out Josh Koscheck in his UFC debut, Paulo Thiago (fighting out of Brasilia, Brazil) has copiousness of intensity as well as an 11-1 veteran jot down to go with it.
It can usually be me as great as Chris, the small decent choon-age as great as copiousness of beer.
An divided uni, heavily gray, with copiousness of black, as great as purple as great as bullion accents.
Aching Feet: Pour copiousness of salt in to the bowl of really comfortable water, rest feet in it for 10 minutes, repeat refuelarly if needed.
"Medieval scholars simply did not share our distrust of memory's 'accuracy' ... [in a 'perfect' memory] what was valued was completeness, copiousness, rather than 'objective' accuracy, as we understand and value it now."
All the same, it's hard not to warm tothe fluency and copiousness of Mitchell's yarn-spinning.