voluminosity


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vo·lu·mi·nous

 (və-lo͞o′mə-nəs)
adj.
1. Having great volume or size: a voluminous trunk; a voluminous cloud.
2. Filling or capable of filling a large volume or many volumes: the voluminous court record of the trial.
3. Speaking or writing in great amounts or at great length: a voluminous talker.
4. Archaic Having many coils; winding.

[Late Latin volūminōsus, having many folds, from Latin volūmen, volūmin-, roll of writing; see volume.]

vo·lu′mi·nos′i·ty (-nŏs′ĭ-tē), vo·lu′mi·nous·ness (-nəs-nĭs) n.
vo·lu′mi·nous·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.voluminosity - greatness of volume
bigness, largeness - the property of having a relatively great size
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Thus, it is necessary for practice to innovate by the inclusion of a range of body composition indexes that are dependant on voluminosity and longitudinality (Dopsaj et al., 2017), and control the condition of the body composition by using the method of individual approach (Nikolaidis et al.).
The fabric made from cotton or blends is uniform with highest voluminosity and smooth hand feel.
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Richard Dawkins (1998), while showing no evidence that he had actually read parapsychology research, called psi "bunk" and those who "[t]ry to sell it to us fakes and charlatans, and some of them have grown rich and fat." Although in this and in other areas there have been and continue to be people who engage in fraud for personal gain, last time I checked with parapsychology researchers, I could not find anyone who would be considered wealthy, and their waists did not evidence a greater voluminosity than typically found in academic circles.
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Mean product characteristics were concentration [10.sup.5] OB.[g.sup.-1], moisture content 0.57%, voluminosity 0.93 mL.[g.sup.-1], pH 9.52 and efficacy 97.25%.
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