Definition of plentiful in English:

plentiful

Syllabification: plen·ti·ful
Pronunciation: /ˈplentəfəl
 
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adjective

Existing in or yielding great quantities; abundant: the wine is good, cheap, and plentiful
More example sentences
  • Animals were plentiful for hunting, and there was an abundance of wild cereals on the mountain ridges.
  • On the night of the celebration, the beer was refreshing and the doughnuts were plentiful.
  • Celebrations were plentiful and the overall spirit of the night was very high.
Synonyms
abundant, copious, ample, profuse, rich, lavish, generous, bountiful, large, great, bumper, superabundant, inexhaustible, prolific
informal galore
literary plenteous

Derivatives

plentifully

adverb
More example sentences
  • They'll feed you well and plentifully because that's just what they do.
  • Compliments should be given freely and plentifully throughout the day!
  • Meat was plentifully distributed within the burrito and the toppings tasted fresh.

plentifulness

noun
More example sentences
  • ‘This is a disease of plentifulness,’ said surgeon Paul Selinkoff.
  • Avocados are called ‘poor man's butter ‘in the tropics because of their texture and plentifulness there.’
  • In populous countries, the desire to own land is not easily gratified, because the land is scarce and dear: the plentifulness and cheapness of land in thinly-peopled countries enables almost everybody who wishes it to become a landowner.

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