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Cornucopia 601 Words You Need to Know

Cornucopia 601 Words You Need to Know

/ˌkɔː.njʊˈkəʊ.pi.ə/ (noun)


an abundance of good things, a great deal or supply of something, a large amount of something, plenty of, overabundance, wealth, excess, copiousness, profusion, bounty – a symbol of abundance consisting of a goat’s horn overflowing with fruits, corns and flowers


Through their research of the Green Revolution, Gauri Kartini Shastry, Wellesley associate professor of economics, and her colleague Sheetal Sekhri, associate professor of economics at the University of Virginia, have identified a connection between the sudden cornucopia of food grain products in environments with widespread poverty and the prevalence of chronic diseases like diabetes and heart disease.



dearth, scarcity, paucity

Parts of speech

Adjective: cornucopian

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