- n intellectual breadth
the very capaciousness of the idea meant that agreement on fundamentals was unnecessary
- n spatial largeness and extensiveness (especially inside a building)
the capaciousness of Santa's bag astounded the child
- This Anna has the capaciousness and subtlety that the film versions, good as they were, necessarily lacked.
- The avowed imperialist assumes that if not his belly, at least his pocket will have the requisite capaciousness.
- He was called a gypsy for his capaciousness.