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1(eat/drink) abundantemente(weep/bleed) copiosamente
- The sentence was, of course, quoted copiously by reviewers.
- The wound bled copiously onto the kitchen floor.
- She walked between the cars and before she noticed, it started to rain copiously.
- As soon as the signal came on, the dogs approached the location of the food and started salivating copiously.
- He could smell the pepper that had been copiously added to the sauce and salivated.
- Granny was weeping copiously.
- I was drinking copiously.
- Eye injuries should be irrigated copiously and referred to an ophthalmologist.
- The beer flowed copiously and the air was thick with smoke from cigarettes.
- Hoses that burst apart under pressure, or leaked copiously, were another problem faced by fire fighters.
- The fables were copiously illustrated in meticulous detail.
- I am indebted to him for kindly reading and commenting copiously and acutely on the first drafts of all the chapters.
- Though the entire book is lucidly written and copiously researched, these latter chapters are especially interesting and informative.
- His later style flowed copiously from this liberating move.
- He completed a short textbook on how to write copiously in Latin.
- He wrote copiously - leaving journals, memos, articles, and letters.
- Once again, the artistic flair of the students is well noted in the annual, which is copiously illustrated with sketches and drawings by the students.
- He travelled copiously, by car, bus, train and boat and on foot, but eschewed air travel.
- This copiously researched, anecdote-filled book is one of the best.
- To make this argument he copiously cites recent historians and political theorists.
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