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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcapaciousca‧pa‧cious /kəˈpeɪʃəs/ adjective formal  BIGable to contain a lot a capacious suitcasecapaciousness noun [uncountable]
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capaciousThe coat was capacious, a home to guns, and the boots were home to knives.The rugged and capacious airframe offers plenty of scope for civilian operators.The van was capacious and he decided to fill up the space with a couple of sacks of fuel.With what amazement and pleasure we talked and laughed and wept as we flooded that capacious boulevard.From this pseudo-grandeur, a curving stairway ascends to eight capacious galleries.It demands long leg bones, powerful muscles, capacious lungs.The front door of the capacious old mansion stood open.I give him the keyring which he glances at briefly before putting it in the capacious pocket of his rough shirt.a capacious theater
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