cornucopia : Definition, Usages, News and More

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kawr nuh koh pee uh

  • n  a goat's horn filled with grain and flowers and fruit symbolizing prosperity
  • n  the property of being extremely abundant

  • Those same conditions have also created an abundance of plankton a cornucopia of nutrition that the shellfish have gorged on.
  • This limitless cornucopia brings together some of the liveliest culinary traditions of Asia, and participation costs only a few dollars.
  • If you're feeling active, a cornucopia of outdoor pursuits and cultural jaunts to indigenous villages and coffee plantations await.
News & Articles


  • Josh Brolin in (registration)
    It's a risky movie and it's nice to have risky movies now, especially this year. I think it's a cornucopia of change and it's about story now, and the studio system is backfiring awfully and it's fun for us actors,Josh Brolin, one of the...
  • Steny Hoyer in KHBZ
    The Senate, as you've noticed, doesn't act real quickly on things,said Rep. Steny Hoyer, a Maryland Democrat. "They talk about a lot of things, but they haven't really been a cornucopia of legislation coming across to us."
  • Michael Mukasey in Main Justice
    ...echoing concerns he outlined in a recent piece in The Wall Street Journal, said granting the suspects access to civilian courts would present a "cornucopia [of intelligence] for those still at large and a circus for those in custody."

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