Compendium

Compendium,

Definition of Compendium:

  1. A collection of concise but detailed information about a particular subject, especially in a book or other publication.

  2. Literary work that presents a larger work (such as a handbook) in a digest form, or treats a wide subject in the form of an outline.

Synonyms of Compendium

Collection, Compilation, Anthology, Treasury, Digest, Baedeker, Abbreviation, Abbreviature, Abrege, Abridgment, Abstract, Brief, Capsule, Compend, Condensation, Condensed version, Conspectus, Digest, Draft, Enchiridion, Epitome, Guide, Guidebook, Head, Manual, Outline, Overview, Pandect, Precis, Review, Rubric, Shortened version, Skeleton, Sketch, Survey, Syllabus, Synopsis, Thumbnail sketch, Topical outline, Vade mecum

How to use Compendium in a sentence?

  1. An invaluable compendium of useful information about language.

Meaning of Compendium & Compendium Definition