Definition of plentiful in English:

plentiful

Syllabification: plen·ti·ful
Pronunciation: /ˈplen(t)əfəl
 
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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
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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