Noun(1) a goat's horn filled with grain and flowers and fruit symbolizing prosperity(2) the property of being extremely abundant
(1) Bring the cornucopia or other symbol of thanksgiving that you used last week.(2) Asian powers such as China and Japan have economies dependent on exports and are eager to supply us with a cornucopia of goods.(3) However, the cornucopia finial of the original has been replaced by a pink-tongued dragon.(4) The figure of Ceres on the stem of the cup holds a cornucopia .(5) The markets are a cornucopia of tribal handicrafts.(6) We found old baskets, a hand-painted antique serving tray, a child's chicken pull toy, a cornucopia , weathered vases and awesome iron candlesticks.(7) This subtle critique is best expressed by Horn of Plenty, an internally illuminated cornucopia that virtually drips with paper chains, charms, crystals and a strand of graduated pearls.(8) If celebrities were food, most would have been a five-course gourmet dinner, slaved over lovingly to the point of succulence, a cornucopia of flavours, some rich, some exotic, some spiced, some delicately subtle.(9) the festival offers a cornucopia of pleasures(10) The Visual Arts Gallery is hosting the exhibition titled ├ö├ç├┐Dreams├ö├ç├û a cornucopia of digital media printed on canvas.(11) Neither ├ö├ç├┐new├ö├ç├û nor entirely ├ö├ç├┐forest├ö├ç├û, the New Forest is a cornucopia of habitats, a haven of beauty surrounded by intensively managed farmland and conurbations.(12) But the food giant certainly seems friendly, offering consumers a cornucopia of food choices at low prices.(13) One by one they argue the reasons they're not guilty of a cornucopia of offences ranging from illegal parking and moving violations, to tossing their garbage on the wrong day.(14) The rare cornucopia shown in Plate XVI is embellished with free-floating murrhine and entwined with a seventeenth-century-style crested serpent.(15) Still, for those of us lucky enough to be invited, the Forum will, as usual, provide a cornucopia of intellectual stimulation, even if those of us who pack our skis for the annual trip are feeling somewhat cheated.(16) I cannot accept that trained professionals with a cornucopia of offensive weapons at their disposal can't remain calm and professional in crowd control situations.
1. an abundance ::
3. horn of plenty ::
1. deficiency ::
2. inadequacy ::
Different Formscornucopia, cornucopias
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