Definition of Copiousness

1. Noun. The property of a more than adequate quantity or supply. "An age of abundance"




Definition of Copiousness

1. n. The state or quality of being copious; abudance; plenty; also, diffuseness in style.

Definition of Copiousness

1. Noun. The state of being copious ¹

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Definition of Copiousness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Copiousness

copilot
copiloted
copiloting
copilots
coping
coping saw
coping stone
coping with
copings
copingstone
copingstones
copiotroph
copious
copious free time
copiously
copiousness (current term)
copiousnesses
copist
copists
copita
copitas
coplanar
coplanarities
coplanarity
copland
coplot
coplots
coplotted
coplotting
copoietic

Literary usage of Copiousness

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1. The Literary Character: Or, The History of Men of Genius, Drawn from Their by Isaac Disraeli, Benjamin Disraeli (1881)
"FACILITY AND copiousness OF HIS COMPOSITION. THE mind of James I . had at all times the fulness of a student's, delighting in the facility and copiousness ..."

2. Critical Miscellanies by John Morley (1908)
"... allusion, and illustration, and what unsparing copiousness of knowledge gives substance, meaning, and attraction to that resplendent blaze of rhetoric. ..."

3. Critical Miscellanies by John Morley (1898)
"... allusion, and illustration, and what unsparing copiousness of knowledge gives substance, meaning, and attraction to that resplendent blaze of rhetoric. ..."

4. A Survey of English Literature 1780-1880 by Oliver Elton (1920)
"V. Some travellers: copiousness of travel literature. Basil Hall, James Bruce, Mungo Park, Peter Dillon, Charles Waterton, Alexander Wilson; ..."

5. The World's Great Classics by Timothy Dwight, Julian Hawthorne (1899)
"copiousness.—Excesses Let us then look for the man, and in his style. ... Shakespeare imagines with copiousness and excess; he scatters metaphors profusely ..."

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