Examples of compendium in a Sentence
a one-volume compendium of information
He published a compendium of folk tales.
Recent Examples of compendium from the Web
In negotiations, Democrats checked off several items in the Better Deal, a compendium of policies backed by Democrats in the past and brainstormed in meetings last spring and summer.
Comprised of nearly 40 restaurants, his compendium includes new reviews, a glossary, and a map to find it all.
Lipman’s latest book, How to Be Well, is a compendium of advice on all aspects of wellness, a topic Lipman is thrilled to see come to the fore.
The 1987 set Diesel and Dust came in at No. 1 in the 100 Best Australian Albums, a compendium of homegrown recordings published in 2010.
Polar bears, according to Chris' compendium of tru facs (patent pending), are most famous for being the animal least-likely to express regret after accidentally chewing off your left foot.
So many steps skipped on the compendium of force to simply shot him 9 times and call it a day.
The Rub of Time, Amis’s new anthology of essays and reportage, is not concerned expressly with cliché, at least compared to the previous compendium.
The staff rejected some and packaged the rest into a 70-page compendium that predictably inflamed the commission’s conservatives.
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COMPENDIUM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of compendium for English Language Learners
: a collection of things (such as photographs, stories, facts, etc.) that have been gathered together and presented as a group especially in the form of a book
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