Why do we call a bus a bus?
This word comes from Latin and literally means "for all."
"The Illustrious Omnibus of Superpowers is just that — a detailed taxonomy of the various superpowers that comic-book writers have dreamed up in 60 or so [years]."
Explain the meaning of "omnibus" without saying "anthology" or "multi-part."
You can probably come up with an example of an omnibus bill that was kicked around in the legislature recently or an example of a published omnibus. If you want to, talk about what that omnibus includes, and explain which parts of it, if any, you particularly like or dislike.
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1. A near opposite of OMNIBUS, the adjective, is
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