copiousness[ koh-pee-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF copiousness
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They sing with more confidence and copiousness, and as if they, too, had been touched by civilization.
For copiousness, sustained wit, and verbal brilliancy the man had few equals.
From all this we may form some idea of the richness and copiousness of Joseph's history.
And the drinking was, of course, of a copiousness he had little dreamed of.
He had a light to all its copiousness, and the other party should have allowed him full enjoyment.
He added to its richness, copiousness, and strength; he gave it music.
In popular poems, common ideas are unfolded with copiousness, and set off in polished verse—and this is called poetry.
There is a suggestion of the robin's love-song in his, but its copiousness, variety, and rapidity give it a character all its own.
You would scarcely judge the sincerity of a mourner's sorrow by the copiousness of flow from his lachrymal glands?
The method of looking at any subject-matter in a diversity of lights naturally leads to copiousness of quotation.
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