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voluminous

adjective uk   us   /vəˈluː.mɪ.nəs/ formal
A voluminous piece of clothing is large and consists of a lot of cloth: Her voluminous silk dress billowed out behind her. A voluminous piece of writing is long and detailed: Have you read McClelland's voluminous account of his life?
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