from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a populous manner; with many inhabitants in proportion to the extent of the country.
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In a mere eight months the first ever Citizens Commission set up a new state organization, hired staff and consultants, held 34 public input meetings -- hearing from over 2,700 speakers and received over 20,000 comments in writing -- and drew lines that complied with the law and reflected the integrity and diversity of our populously and geographically mammoth state.
No disrespect meant toward Ford's lavishly designed and populously cast production, he's quick to add.
The Cœlian mount is added to the city, and in order that it might be inhabited more populously, Tullus selects that situation for his palace and there took up his abode.
Novelism is a field so filled with copy-holders, so populously tenanted in common, that it requires no light investigation to find a site unoccupied, and a hero or heroine waiting to be hired.