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voluminous (adjective), more voluminous, most voluminous
1. A reference to clothing that is very loose or full and having a lot of fabric: Sam's friend was wearing a voluminous dress at the party.
2. Relating to written communication which is very lengthy and detailed: The reporters were scribbling down voluminous notes during the conference with the politician.
3. Etymology: from Latin volumen, "roll of writing as a manuscript"; from volvere, "to roll, to turn around".
Pertaining to being great in quantity or size.
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