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Definition of "copiously" [co•pi•ous•ly]

  • In a copious manner. (adverb)

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Use "copiously" in a sentence
  • "I use the phrase copiously now, as a self-check when I'm really annoyed about something, with the hope that my intentions for "blessing" someone might help them in some way, and with the hope that I may be a trendsetter, yet."
  • "One of the illustrations accompanying the Nahuatl text shows a person bleeding copiously from the nose. 45"
  • "At the state dinner for over 100 diplomats held at the home of the Japanese Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa, the president experienced sudden, violent gastric distress, vomited - as the news reports put it - "copiously" into the lap of Miyazawa and fainted in what was one of the most embarrassing diplomatic incident in the U.S."