Abundant or Copious

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Do you prefer to use abundant or copious?
Both words have the same meaning.


The more common term abundant is often used of items that are highly valued: abundant wildlifeabundant natural light.
Oh my gosh, where are my sunglasses? Never mind will use my umbrella instead. Where the heck is my umbrella?

The adjective copious is more often used to emphasize sheer volume, sometimes with the suggestion of excess: The young writer took copious notes on everyone he met as he traveled through the villageCopious is often used facetiously or ironically to emphasize the glaring lack of something: I’ll be sure to get right on learning to fly a plane with my copious amounts of money and free time.
You have to be kidding me? I now have to learn to make an airplane? A paper airplane! Well thank goodness I just received my monthly order of paper stock, in all different colors. WOW! I can see them flying all over the neighborhood!

Have a great abundant & copious day of fun! Hope
Abundant & copious words from Dictionary.com
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Below is complete information from Dictionary.com,
synonym for abundant,
Copious is another word for abundant, adjective [ koh-pee-uhs ]. 

There’s plenty to say about the adjectives abundant and copious. Both terms are used to talk large, more than adequate quantities. The more common term abundant is often used of items that are highly valued: abundant wildlife, abundant natural light. The adjective copious is more often used to emphasize sheer volume, sometimes with the suggestion of excess: The young writer took copious notes on everyone he met as he traveled through the village. Copious is often used facetiously or ironically to emphasize the glaring lack of something: I’ll be sure to get right on learning to fly a plane with my copious amounts of money and free time.

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