cornucopia

[ kawr-nuh-koh-pee-uh, -nyuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF cornucopia

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The cornucopia of spiritual blessings was now opened on Mansoul.

But look what the ornamentation is;—fruit and leaves, abundant, in the mouth of a cornucopia.

I shall come from London Town with a cornucopia of presents.

In one hand the figure held a cornucopia, in the other a pair of pincers.

Every gift of genius that Nature can shower from her cornucopia.'

A tiller and cornucopia are frequently seen in juxtaposition.

The name of cornucopia was given in allusion to the horn of abundance.

But now if he have lost his cornucopia of ready-money, what else had he to lose?

What child ever lived who did not believe grandpa's pocket a cornucopia for all juvenile desires?

Plug up the throat and vent of shot birds with cotton, and thrust each bird head downward into a cornucopia of paper.

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