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[ UK /ɛnsˌa‍ɪklə‍ʊpˈiːdɪk/ ]
[ US /ɪnˌsaɪkɫəˈpidɪk, ɪnˌsaɪkɫoʊˈpidɪk/ ]
  1. comprehensive in scope or content (as an encyclopedia)
    encyclopedic knowledge
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How To Use encyclopedic In A Sentence

  • She has an encyclopedic knowledge of natural history.
  • Both of these individuals possess an encyclopedic knowledge of the lives of their fathers and have made themselves readily accessible to researchers.
  • In this sense, the encyclopedic cultural value and historic significance of Dunhuang are inestimable.
  • Black manages to compress a good deal into a limited space, calling on his seemingly encyclopaedic knowledge of the period and his thorough acquaintance with a vast array of primary sources.
  • That's him, sir," said Jimmy, long accustomed to Arnold Morgan's encyclopedic memory. BARRACUDA 945
  • The book reveals the author's encyclopaedic knowledge of the hundreds of aristocratic families and their houses all over Ireland.
  • Hosts are sweet and helpful; every single server I encountered had an encyclopedic knowledge about the food at hand.
  • Agriculture occupation college in Peking in my heart the teacher's knowledge be encyclopedic.
  • He was one of the outstanding figures of twentieth century science - brilliant and passionate, with an encyclopedic knowledge of science, history and philosophy.
  • As a consequence, the text is more readable than most encyclopedic treatments.
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