1. Embracing many subjects; comprehensive: "an ignorance almost as Encyclopedic as his erudition" (William James).
Embracing, Encyclopedic, Erudition
2. Encyclopedic The end-result is an Encyclopedic review ofthe basic scientific aspects of the heart and the circulatory system of which they must be very satisfied
3. From the Cambridge English Corpus In two sections: word lists and Encyclopedic …
4. 19 synonyms of Encyclopedic from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 20 related words, definitions, and antonyms
5. Find another word for Encyclopedic
6. Encyclopedic: covering everything or …
7. Between 1755 and 1756 he composed various articles for the Encyclopedic, and between 1757 and 1760 an article on Valeurs et monnaies, probably for the Dictionnaire du commerce of the abbe Morellet
8. Encyclopedic (Adjective) Of or relating to the characteristics of an encyclopedia; concerning all subjects, having comprehensive information or knowledge
9. In a sense it is the chronicles of the Collinses transformed from the Encyclopedic to the continuous narrative form
10. 1 OF 2 JOHN WILSON TOWNSEND The range of Roger Bacon's studies was Encyclopedic, comprehending all the branches of learning then open to scholars.
11. Synonyms for Encyclopedic include complete, comprehensive, full, exhaustive, in-depth, thorough, universal, all-embracing, all-inclusive and vast
Encyclopedic, Exhaustive, Embracing
12. Encyclopaedic - broad in scope or content; "Encyclopedic knowledge" Encyclopedic comprehensive - including all or everything; "comprehensive
Encyclopaedic, Encyclopedic, Everything
13. (ɪnsaɪkləpiːdɪk) also encyclopaedic adjective [usually ADJECTIVE noun] If you describe something as Encyclopedic, you mean that it is very full, complete, and thorough in the amount of knowledge or information that it has
14. ‘His Encyclopedic knowledge and expertise were coupled with an informal writing style that introduced many new readers into the mysteries of concert dance.’ ‘Mungo's decades of experience reporting on politics have furnished him with an Encyclopedic knowledge of the Australian scene, past and present.’
Encyclopedic, Expertise, Experience
15. An Encyclopedic dictionary having a lot of information about a wide variety of subjects; containing complete information about a particular subject She has an Encyclopedic knowledge of natural history
16. Penny’s contact book was Encyclopedic.
17. Encyclopedic: 1 adj broad in scope or content “ Encyclopedic knowledge” Synonyms: encyclopaedic comprehensive including all or everything
Encyclopedic, Encyclopaedic, Everything
18. Encyclopedic - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
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21. I purchased the Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook to recreate Mom's cooking
22. • It was an Encyclopedic work, setting out the concept of a universal language as a comprehensive taxonomic structure
23. Encyclopedic knowledge • Many have expansive interests and Encyclopedic knowledge
24. • Hoffman possesses an Encyclopedic knowledge of Precambrian continental geology.
25. Another word for Encyclopedic: comprehensive, full, complete, vast, universal Collins English Thesaurus
26. Find 22 ways to say Encyclopedic, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
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28. Naturopathic Oncology: An Encyclopedic Guide for Patients & Physicians
29. The reception of Encyclopedic narratives is similar to the recep- tion of Encyclopedic authors who do not produce a single gigantic narrative
30. In England the Encyclopedic role falls mostly on Shake- speare, in Russia mostly on Pushkin, who both produced a cluster of relatively small masterpieces rather than a single dominating mas- terwork.
31. The findings suggest that pragmatic inferencing via Encyclopedic world knowledge plays an important role for the non-arbitrary way in which native speakers perceive the semantic transparency of idioms.
32. Encyclopedic (comparative more Encyclopedic, superlative most Encyclopedic) Of or relating to the characteristics of an encyclopedia; concerning all subjects, having comprehensive information or knowledge.
33. EDITORS’ NOTE: This online version of the Encyclopedic Theosophical Glossary is a work in progress
34. Definitions of Encyclopedic from WordNet (); Dictionary entries near Encyclopedic
35. The following Encyclopedic works were also published in the Ukraine
36. Ukrainian Soviet Encyclopedic Dictionary, vols
37. This dissertation will define the contemporary American Encyclopedic novel and the significant role that irony plays in shaping meaning
38. The dissertation constructs a model of the Encyclopedic novel based upon the history of the encyclopedia – from Denis Diderot's Enlightenment influenced Encyclopédie – and Northrop Frye's conception of the Encyclopedic form.
Encyclopedic, Encyclopedia, Enlightenment, Encyclop
39. Whether you are looking to add to your collection or simply seeking a great dictionary at an affordable price, the Webster's Encyclopedic Unabridged Dictionary is the one English language dictionary that everyone who reads, writes or loves words should own a copy of.
Encyclopedic, English, Everyone
40. ‘The Encyclopedic Palace’ does not try to identify a new Zeitgeist so much as consolidate a number of existing ones
41. The item Illustrated Encyclopedic dictionary of building and construction terms, Hugh Brooks represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in …
42. Source: Encyclopedic Liberty, p
43. Encyclopedic How many syllables? 5 Syllables How it's divided? en-cy-clo-pe-dic
44. Of Encyclopedical; adjective - Comprehensive in scope or content (as an encyclopedia) Advertisements
45. Encyclopedie; met veelomvattende informatie encyclopaedic → EncyclopedicEncyclopedic/
Encyclopedie, Encyclopaedic, Encyclopedicencyclopedic
46. In 1976, the critic Edward Mendelson described the “Encyclopedic narrative,” his term for a fiction, like “Don Quixote,” that attempts “to render the full range of knowledge and beliefs
47. Secret Teachings of All Ages : An Encyclopedic Outline of Masonic, Hermetic, Qabbalistic and Rosicrucian Symbolical Philosophy by Hall, Manly P
ENCYCLOPEDIC [inˌsīkləˈpēdik, enˌsīkləˈpēdik]
encyclopedic (adjective) · encyclopaedic (adjective)
It is no longer considered realistic, or feasible, for any one person to be truthfully described as having encyclopedic knowledge. The concept has been subsumed into the discourses on the production of knowledge and artificial intelligence. Instead, we are now preoccupied with knowledge bases distributed as software or web services.
or en·cy·clo·pae·dic. adjective. pertaining to or of the nature of an encyclopedia; relating to all branches of knowledge.
Learn the words you need to communicate with confidence. He has boundless energy and an encyclopedic memory. The end-result is an encyclopedic review ofthe basic scientific aspects of the heart and the circulatory system of which they must be very satisfied.