Three favorite books from recent years possess that magic in copious amounts.
In later years, Basquiat grappled with excessive paranoia (due in part, no doubt, to the copious amount of drugs he was doing).
This inveterate list maker also loved minutiae; in his copious account books, he kept track of every cent he ever spent.
The infection can—with copious amounts of disinfectant (bleach) and meticulous attention to detail—end there.
Unfortunately, the attention to appearance also leads to copious amounts of vitriol being spewed at famous women every day.
So much for Mr. Belloc's most copious revelation of his personality.
His ear was well-tuned, and his diction was elegant and copious.
When he broke his mashie at the fourth, I treated him with copious selections from In Memoriam.
So copious an alphabet would have been a continual source of error.
I have often gleaned some curious bibliographical intelligence from its copious pages.
full of information or matter
Latin copia 'plenty'