Cyclopedic Cy`clo*ped"ic (s?`kl?-p?d"?k or -p?"d?k), a. Belonging to the circle of the sciences, or to a cyclopedia; of the nature of a cyclopedia; hence, of great range, extent, or amount; as, a man of cyclopedic knowledge. [1913 Webster]

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