noun, plural com·pen·di·ums, com·pen·di·a [kuhm-pen-dee-uh]. /kəmˈpɛn di ə/.
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How to Be Inappropriateby Daniel Nester A TMI compendia of inappropriate and humorous nonfiction.
From the 1780s on, cups with brass syringes began to appear in compendia of instruments.
Ibi mare increscens nunc eructat: nunc in sinum suum revolutum, navium fert compendia, commercia plurimorum.Account of a Tour in Normandy, Vol. II. (of 2)|Dawson Turner
There is a large number of small treatises and compendia of Florentine history of the guide-book description.
I am sure it would not, as they are no men, but incarnate compendia, abstractions made concrete.Thoughts Out of Season (Part II)|Friedrich Nietzsche
The second volume contains minor works which are the barest compendia of facts taken from well-known sources.