He loves all kinds of music and is encyclopedic on the subject.
There are those who have encyclopedic knowledge of it by this point.
Timm felt that Spitz had “an encyclopedic knowledge of all figures of any importance in industry and economics throughout Europe.”
He is tensely and formally dressed on all occasions, with an encyclopedic memory of beer labels.
It is a valiant, encyclopedic attempt of a star jurist to give voice(s) to an embattled philosophical position.
In the range of his information about these subjects, the discoverer was encyclopedic.
His knowledge of all military appurtenances was encyclopedic.
In it he treats of things in general in the encyclopedic fashion set him by Alphonso of Castile.
The present is, on the whole, an encyclopedic, cosmopolitan era.
These were a broken and not continuous series on the theory of numbers, tolerably legible to the now encyclopedic Charles Vincent.