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capacious (kuh PAY shuhs) (adjective), more capacious, most capacious
1. A reference to that which can contain a large amount or quantity; roomy and spacious or large in area: James likes a jacket with more capacious pockets so he can stuff a lot of things into them.
2. Etymology: from Latin capax, capac-; from capere, "to take".
Conveying the idea that something is roomy and spacious.
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A reference to something that is able to contain a large quantity or has plenty of room for someone.
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Word Entries at Get Words: “capacious
Pertaining to something that is commodious and exceeding what is normal. (2)