voluminously

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They hung from him voluminously, seeming to be the clothes of a larger man.

This letter he finally did answer, not voluminously, but with all cordiality.

Cornelius, her son, had written her often and voluminously since her trip southwards.

For there have been few things so voluminously discussed as poetry.

Voluminously he bragged of the velocipede in the stable at home.

Each day while on shipboard, David wrote to Cassandra, voluminously.

And on he went, voluminously, in his full, upholstered voice.

The minutes dragged by, to the tune of several chapters of family history as voluminously interpreted by Mrs. Denson.

He read at odd moments; at night voluminously—until very late, sometimes.

It is a mass of noble faces and voluminously robed figures, emerging each above the other like flowers in a vase.

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