encyclopedic

[ en-sahy-kluh-pee-dik ]SEE DEFINITION OF encyclopedic

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENCYCLOPEDIC

His knowledge of all military appurtenances was encyclopedic.

D'Alembert in his encyclopedic dictionary, writes the word caffé.

He is not a specialist in Roman law; but he is encyclopedic, which comes to the same thing.

The present is, on the whole, an encyclopedic, cosmopolitan era.

Roger Bacon's Opus Majus also belonged to the encyclopedic class.

The article entitled "Charlatan" in the "Encyclopedic Dictionary" is filled with useful truths agreeably presented.

Vincent of Beauvais was not the only one to occupy himself with work of an encyclopedic character during the thirteenth century.

The deadly chagrin with which churchmen saw the encyclopedic fabric rising was very natural.

These were a broken and not continuous series on the theory of numbers, tolerably legible to the now encyclopedic Charles Vincent.

These hasty citations are only a few of the many that I have drawn from Mr. Vining's encyclopedic compilation.

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