There are 2 definitions of bountiful in English:

bountiful1

Line breaks: boun¦ti|ful
Pronunciation: /ˈbaʊntɪfʊl
 
, -f(ə)l/

adjective

1Large in quantity; abundant: the ocean provided a bountiful supply of fresh food
More example sentences
  • They contested one county final in that time but had such a rich and bountiful supply of under-age talent that the senior team were regarded as underachievers.
  • Maybe it's not too much to say that our delight also makes us repent of the ways we fail to share our bountiful and abundant food when many are starving.
  • For an intro to Thai food, suffice it to say it involves a bountiful supply of exotic ingredients and herbs like lemon grass, basil, the kaffir lime, galangal and more.
Synonyms
abundant, plentiful, ample, bumper, superabundant, inexhaustible, prolific, profuse, teeming, copious, prodigal, considerable, vast, immense, great, liberal, lavish, generous, princely, handsome, luxuriant, rich
informal tidy, whopping
South African informal lank
1.1Giving generously: this bountiful God has thought of everything
More example sentences
  • He took nourishment from press conferences, where he was notably generous, but not bountiful enough to promise a match.
  • The sun dances on me, it teems, bountiful with its time.
Synonyms

Origin

early 16th century: from bounty + -ful.

Derivatives

bountifully

adverb
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  • A visually stunning and bountifully informative 500-page coffee-table book of the same name has also been published as a companion to the series.
  • Lisa loved gardening; she took much pride in her flowers and in a productive vegetable garden, often sharing bountifully with family and friends.
  • In so bountifully expressing his humanity through those inhuman few months, he made more of a mark on history than any of us will.

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There are 2 definitions of bountiful in English:

Bountiful2

Syllabification: Boun·ti·ful
Pronunciation: /ˈboun(t)əfəl/

Entry from US English dictionary

A city in northern Utah, north of Salt Lake City; population 44,473 (est. 2008).

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