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Frederick Spanheim died; a noted divinity professor at Leyden, and a voluminous writer.
THE EVERY DAY BOOK OF HISTORY AND CHRONOLOGYJOEL MUNSELL
Nathan Drake, an English physician, died; also a highly respectable and voluminous author.
THE EVERY DAY BOOK OF HISTORY AND CHRONOLOGYJOEL MUNSELL
But the man inside these voluminous clothes is even still more eccentric.
THE REAL LATIN QUARTERF. BERKELEY SMITH
He was one of the most voluminous writers of antiquity, and probably is the most learned man whose writings have come down to us.
BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME IJOHN LORD
His writings were very voluminous, and in his tranquil garden he led a peaceful life of study and enjoyment.
BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME IJOHN LORD
For the satisfaction of my readers, it may, however, be as well to state that the voluminous treatise of Mgr.
DEVIL-WORSHIP IN FRANCEARTHUR EDWARD WAITE
The lady was seen in the barouche but once, enveloped in a voluminous yellow mantle, the hood of which was drawn over her face.
JOHNNY LUDLOW, FOURTH SERIESMRS. HENRY WOOD
Miss Boyle fumbled among her voluminous skirts for her reticule, and pulled it open.
THE RAKE'S PROGRESSMARJORIE BOWEN
Commonplace Dryasdust, and voluminous Stupidity, not worse here than elsewhere, play their Part.
HISTORY OF FRIEDRICH II. OF PRUSSIA, VOL. III. (OF XXI.)THOMAS CARLYLE
Her calico frock was voluminous, unshapely and starch-clean.
FROM PLACE TO PLACEIRVIN S. COBB
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WORDS RELATED TO VOLUMINOUS

  • ample
  • capacious
  • deep
  • expansive
  • extended
  • extensive
  • full
  • generous
  • immense
  • large
  • latitudinous
  • outspread
  • outstretched
  • roomy
  • spacious
  • splay
  • squat
  • thick
  • vast
  • voluminous
  • widespread
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