hypervoluminous

voluminous

[vuh-loo-muh-nuhs]
adjective
1.
forming, filling, or writing a large volume or many volumes: a voluminous edition.
2.
sufficient to fill a volume or volumes: a voluminous correspondence.
3.
of great volume, size, or extent: voluminous flow of lava.
4.
of ample size, extent, or fullness: voluminous petticoats.
5.
having many coils, convolutions, or windings.

Origin:
1605–15; < Late Latin volūminōsus full of folds, equivalent to Latin volūmin- (stem of volūmen) volume + -ōsus -ous

voluminously, adverb
voluminousness, voluminosity [vuh-loo-muh-nos-i-tee] , noun
hypervoluminous, adjective
hypervoluminously, adverb
hypervoluminousness, noun
supervoluminous, adjective
supervoluminously, adverb
unvoluminous, adjective
unvoluminously, adverb
unvoluminousness, noun

compendious, voluminous.


3. extensive, copious, ample.
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voluminous (vəˈluːmɪnəs)
 
adj
1.  of great size, quantity, volume, or extent
2.  (of writing) consisting of or sufficient to fill volumes
3.  prolific in writing or speech
4.  obsolete winding
 
[C17: from Late Latin volūminōsus full of windings, from volūmenvolume]
 
voluminosity
 
n
 
vo'luminousness
 
n
 
vo'luminously
 
adv

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voluminous
"forming a large mass," 1610s, from L.L. voluminosus, from L. volumen (gen. voluminis) "volume" (see volume). Related: Voluminously.
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