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  • adjective Alternative form of cyclopedic.

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Examples

  • Yet I cannot but believe for I have never yet caught him in a lie, while he has a cyclopaedic knowledge of sealing and the men of the sealing fleets.

    Chapter 11

  • We have said that Tom was not a remarkable scholar; yet he was a scholar, he was cyclopaedic.

    The Mystery of Monastery Farm

  • I cannot but believe Louis, for have never yet caught him in a lie, while he has a cyclopaedic knowledge of sealing and the men of the sealing fleets.

    Chapter 11

  • Yet I cannot but believe for I have never yet caught him in a lie, while he has a cyclopaedic knowledge of sealing and the men of the sealing fleets.

    The Sea Wolf

  • Perhaps Thomas's success was partly due to his memory which is said to have been phenomenal; for, in an age when cyclopaedias were unknown, a cyclopaedic memory must have counted for half the battle in these scholastic disputes where authority could be met only by authority; but in this case, memory was supported by mind.

    Mont-Saint-Michel and Chartres

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