Origin of cornucopia
Related formscor·nu·co·pi·an, adjectivecor·nu·co·pi·ate [kawr-nuh-koh-pee-it] /ˌkɔr nəˈkoʊ pi ɪt/, adjective
Examples from the Web for cornucopia
Economic development, then, is not simply about adding a cornucopia of talent or cool, then shaking and stirring it like a drink.
The plane was overflowing with a cornucopia of luxury food and amenities, as if destined for Paris.
Each presents such a cornucopia of opportunity, it would be hard to know where to begin.Eric Alterman: What Liberals Want From Iowa's Caucuses|Eric Alterman|December 31, 2011|DAILY BEAST
"We just figure if he wins there will be a cornucopia of material for us," said a fellow who identified himself as G Man.
Springtime is the best time for foraging, with a cornucopia of wild vegetables sprouting up in all parts of the country.
Plug up the throat and vent of shot birds with cotton, and thrust each bird head downward into a cornucopia of paper.Elementary Zoology, Second Edition|Vernon L. Kellogg
Overwhelming importance attaches to it, because the victor has a cornucopia of "patronage bribery" to give to whom he likes.The Galaxy, June 1877|Various
A tiller and cornucopia are frequently seen in juxtaposition.Ocean's Story; or Triumphs of Thirty Centuries|Edward Rowland
In the centre is a small altar, placed before a niche, ornamented with the painting of some goddess holding a cornucopia.Museum of Antiquity|L. W. Yaggy
Do you feel a roaring in the cornucopia with a tickling sensation in the diaphragm?You Should Worry Says John Henry|George V. Hobart