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I likely became a novelist, in part, because novels are deep, capacious.
The port is not only capacious, but has very few shoals or dangers in it.
They are higher, more capacious, and finer buildings than those of Benares, with the exception of the Bisvishas.
The building is cruciform in shape, and has a fine interior—is lofty, capacious, and cathedral-like.
He went to a cupboard, and produced a stumpy, but capacious bottle, and three glasses.
Loftily poised in ether capacious, Strongly resembling a gem carbonaceous.
He has been thinking in one half of a very capacious brain and talking from another.
I asked him for some tobacco, which he readily gave to us from a capacious pouch.
It was a capacious one, made of the strong plaited thread of the maguey.
He would gather the investments of the multitude into his own capacious pockets, or he would have nothing to do with the matter.
SEVENOAKSJ. G. HOLLAND

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