capacious


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Synonyms for capacious

Synonyms for capacious

having plenty of room

of full measure; not narrow or restricted

Words related to capacious

large in capacity

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Thrusting his hand, then, into the bosom of this capacious receptacle, he first brought to light about a pound of tobacco, whose component parts still adhered together, the whole outside being covered with soft particles of sea-bread.
We were all silent for a while, and Tiare fished out of her capacious pocket a handful of cigarettes.
As he read he knocked the ash automatically, now and again, from his cigarette and turned the page, while a whole procession of splendid sentences entered his capacious brow and went marching through his brain in order.
But when I had finished reading, and done the half of a seam, with Nancy's capacious brass thimble fitted on to my finger by means of a roll of paper, I was disturbed by the entrance of Mr.
Da Souza produced a capacious pocket-handkerchief, reeking with scent, and dabbed her eyes with it.
Chickenstalker shook him by both hands; saluted Trotty on his cheek again of her own free will; and took the child to her capacious breast.
Though a stranger in the house he finally isolated himself in the midst of the company, huddling into a capacious Morris chair and reading steadily from a thin volume he had drawn from his pocket.
In the steerage itself, which possessed a far larger living-space than the cabin, were six capacious bunks, each double the width of the forecastle bunks, and each curtained and with no bunk above it.
He put on a coat of pilot cloth, unhooked the barometer, and stowed it away in a capacious pocket.
In her capacious maw was room for all the hosts of earth that could be hurled at her.
She opened a capacious pocket in front of the carriage, and took from it a box of matches and a railway reading-lamp.
His wife, Lizzie, folded me to her capacious breast.
It was a groove that bridged the Atlantic with uneventfulness, so that the ship was not a ship in the midst of the sea, but a capacious, many-corridored hotel that moved swiftly and placidly, crushing the waves into submission with its colossal bulk until the sea was a mill-pond, monotonous with quietude.
It is surprising that they are caught here -- that in this deep and capacious spring, far beneath the rattling teams and chaises and tinkling sleighs that travel the Walden road, this great gold and emerald fish swims.
He did not sit near me at dinner; for it was his fate to hand in a capacious old dowager, and mine to be handed in by Mr.