copious

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COPIOUS

The first of these motives is a stream of copious abuse, as in Per.

The dinner was copious—we had foie gras, fresh bread, and oranges.

The belly is hard and painful, and in the morning there is a copious flow of saliva, and an uncommon craving for dry food.

We are all our lifetime reading the copious sense of this first of forms.

Their heads and breasts were completely stained by reason of copious eating.

I never heard her speak, but it may be that in private she had a copious conversation.

Of this familiar and beloved insect Aristotle gives a copious account.

As journalist and lecturer Kilmer was copious and enthusiastic rather than deep.

This was copious, yet it was vague, so that Biddy could only respond: "Oh all that?"

Copious extracts from other German authors are also given in the original.

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