Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In a voluminous manner; in large quantity; copiously; diffusely.

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  • adverb In a voluminous manner.

Etymologies

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voluminous +‎ -ly

Examples

  • Then Ginny would scrub her face, drink voluminously from the tap, and walk rapidly back to the easel.

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  • We can change that Aristotle is famous for writing voluminously, which is a sloppy way of saying he's famous for having voluminous writings which are attributed to him.

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  • As voluminously, extensively, repeatedly although not always by the "lamestream" corporate media documented in the 2006 campaign - and not just by Democrats either - the word is an extremely common racial slur in French North Africa, from where Allen's mother's side of the family hails.

    George Allen: "Macaca" Was a "Made Up Word"

  • He was probably the most voluminously documented and most self-critical writer who ever lived.

    The Searcher

  • He has quite a large head, and the voluminously long curly wig only served to accentuate it, but I did not say so.

    Exit the Actress

  • The vile language ascribed to Watson was so voluminously and unspeakably vile, that he felt they were injuring their own case.

    The Benefit of the Doubt

  • Krueger is a highly respected labor economist who has written voluminously about the economic imperatives of the nation.

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  • In recent months, according to sources, Galliano had been in a depressive state, his drinking increased voluminously and his work habits became increasingly erratic.

    Fashion designer crackups raise question: Is industry's pace too relentless?

  • He has quite a large head, and the voluminously long curly wig only served to accentuate it, but I did not say so.

    Exit the Actress

  • Some say that this literary derepression is my greatest curse as well as my greatest asset, in that I can write voluminously and very much more quickly than I can think.

    Writing

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