Following her copious research, Watts says she walked away with a great deal of respect for the late icon.
After cleaning up the copious amount of blood on my body in a bathroom, I found my clothing and got dressed.
Unfortunately, the attention to appearance also leads to copious amounts of vitriol being spewed at famous women every day.
Throughout her career, tales of wild behavior, random sexual encounters and copious drug use have orbited her waifish figure.
In later years, Basquiat grappled with excessive paranoia (due in part, no doubt, to the copious amount of drugs he was doing).
So much for Mr. Belloc's most copious revelation of his personality.
The first of these motives is a stream of copious abuse, as in Per.
When he broke his mashie at the fourth, I treated him with copious selections from In Memoriam.
The belly is hard and painful, and in the morning there is a copious flow of saliva, and an uncommon craving for dry food.
I have often gleaned some curious bibliographical intelligence from its copious pages.
full of information or matter
Latin copia 'plenty'