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Synonyms for copiously

in an abundant manner

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Dropping in at Mr Sampson Brass's office on the previous evening, in the absence of that gentleman and his learned sister, he had lighted upon Mr Swiveller, who chanced at the moment to be sprinkling a glass of warm gin and water on the dust of the law, and to be moistening his clay, as the phrase goes, rather copiously.
Of this we have abundant proof in the ordinary experience of surgeons, who, by binding the arm with a tie of moderate straitness above the part where they open the vein, cause the blood to flow more copiously than it would have done without any ligature; whereas quite the contrary would happen were they to bind it below; that is, between the hand and the opening, or were to make the ligature above the opening very tight.
During the three months voyage to India he 'devoured' and in many cases copiously annotated a vast number of books in 'Greek, Latin, Spanish, Italian, French, and English; folios, quartos, octavos, and duodecimos.
Helen and Margaret walked the earnest girl as far as Battersea Bridge Station, arguing copiously all the way.
Young Rawdon's aunt, we have said, was very fond of him, as was her little girl, who wept copiously when the time for her cousin's departure came.
The mother again wept copiously, while the remark, "Tom's an ass," expressed the emotions of the father.
At this affecting appeal, Goodwin got up a little domestic tragedy of her own, and shed tears copiously.
Meg had an extra row of little curlpapers across her forehead, Jo had copiously anointed her afflicted face with cold cream, Beth had taken Joanna to bed with her to atone for the approaching separation, and Amy had capped the climax by putting a colthespin on her nose to uplift the offending feature.
As the meat roasted above the fire, Ajor and I tried once again to talk; but though copiously filled with incentive, gestures and sounds, the conversation did not flourish notably.
One eye, of normal size, dim-brown and misty, bulged to the verge of popping out, and as if from senility wept copiously and continuously.
Henry Cooper, a great British heavyweight who tended to bleed easily and copiously during fights, once remarked that when there was a lot of blood flying around in a fight, the public loved it.
To support this, the author quotes copiously from the Holy Bible, asserting that:'While the nations are building competencies to curb the effects of the downturn and to possibly re-enlist in the world economic power, experts feel concerned about their constant failures in making a global difference in their approach to crush the escalating recessions.
In 48 pages, copiously illustrated and with modest quantities of text, this book sprints through a start-to-finish guide to mounting a theatrical production, beginning with 'What is a play?
Fiction writers of all skill and experience levels will find these insights, copiously demonstrated with examples throughout, invaluable to refining their craft.
The first of three volumes, this copiously illustrated and accessible volume presents the upland ecosystems of Florida, while volumes 2 and 3 present the wetland and aquatic ecosystems, respectively.