Definition of copiosus
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LEM
cōpiōsus, cōpiōsa, cōpiōsum
adjective (2-1-2)
  1. furnished abundantly, well supplied, having abundance, rich, copious, plentiful, abounding
  2. [of discourse] rich, copious, affluent, eloquent
  3. abundant, profuse
Abbreviations
cōpiōsus adj. with comp. and sup. copia, furnished abundantly, well supplied, having abundance, rich, copious, plentiful, abounding: familiae: via copiosa omniumque rerum abundans, N.: stativa, L.: patrimonium: victus: fit causa copiosior, stronger: copiosissimum oppidum, Cs.: tu rebus omnibus: a frumento locus: homines: domus: Bruttidius artibus, Ta.

—Of discourse, rich, copious, affluent, eloquent: non copiosus homo ad dicendum: oratio: homo copiosissimus.

—Abundant, profuse: liquor (putei), Ph.: rerum varietas, Ph.
 
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