plenteousness

  • 1 Plenteousness — Plenteous Plen te*ous, a. [From {Plenty}.] 1. Containing plenty; abundant; copious; plentiful; sufficient for every purpose; as, a plenteous supply. Reaping plenteous crop. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. Yielding abundance; productive; fruitful. The… …

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  • 2 plenteousness — noun see plenteous …

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  • 3 plenteousness — See plenteously. * * * …

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  • 4 plenteousness — noun An abundant supply; abundance …

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  • 5 plenteousness — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun Prosperity and a sufficiency of life s necessities: abundance, bounteousness, bountifulness, plenitude, plenty. See RICH …

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  • 6 plenteousness — plen·te·ous·ness || plentɪəsnɪs n. plentifulness, abundance; excessiveness, being overfilled; fullness, repleteness …

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  • 7 plenteousness — plen·te·ous·ness …

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  • 8 plenteousness — noun a full supply there was plenty of food for everyone • Syn: ↑plenty, ↑plentifulness, ↑plenitude, ↑plentitude • Derivationally related forms: ↑plenteous, ↑plentiful ( …

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  • 9 I was glad — (Latin incipit Laetatus Sum ) is an introit commonly used in the Anglican church, and also used as an anthem traditionally sung at the coronation of British monarchs. Its most famous setting was written in 1902 by Sir Hubert Parry. The text of… …

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  • 10 plentifulness — noun a full supply there was plenty of food for everyone • Syn: ↑plenty, ↑plenteousness, ↑plenitude, ↑plentitude • Derivationally related forms: ↑plenteous (for: ↑ …

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  • 11 plentitude — noun a full supply there was plenty of food for everyone • Syn: ↑plenty, ↑plentifulness, ↑plenteousness, ↑plenitude • Derivationally related forms: ↑plenteous (for: ↑ …

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  • 12 Abundance — A*bun dance ([.a]*b[u^]n dans), n. [OE. (h)abundaunce, abundance, F. abondance, L. abundantia, fr. abundare. See {Abound}.] An overflowing fullness; ample sufficiency; great plenty; profusion; copious supply; superfluity; wealth: strictly… …

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  • 13 commonality — commonalty com mon*al*ty, commonality com mon*al i*ty, n.; pl. {Commonalties}. [OF. communalt[ e]; F. communaut[ e], fr. communal. See {Communal}.] 1. The common people; those classes and conditions of people who are below the rank of nobility;… …

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  • 14 Commonalties — commonalty com mon*al*ty, commonality com mon*al i*ty, n.; pl. {Commonalties}. [OF. communalt[ e]; F. communaut[ e], fr. communal. See {Communal}.] 1. The common people; those classes and conditions of people who are below the rank of nobility;… …

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  • 15 commonalty — com mon*al*ty, commonality com mon*al i*ty, n.; pl. {Commonalties}. [OF. communalt[ e]; F. communaut[ e], fr. communal. See {Communal}.] 1. The common people; those classes and conditions of people who are below the rank of nobility; the commons …

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  • 16 Tend — Tend, v. i. [F. tendre, L. tendere, tensum and tentum, to stretch, extend, direct one s course, tend; akin to Gr. ? to stretch, Skr. tan. See {Thin}, and cf. {Tend} to attend, {Contend}, {Intense}, {Ostensible}, {Portent}, {Tempt}, {Tender} to… …

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  • 17 plenteous — adjective Etymology: Middle English plentevous, plenteous, from Anglo French plentivus, from plentif abundant, from plenté plenty Date: 14th century 1. fruitful, productive < a plenteous harvest J. G. Frazer > usually used with in or of < the… …

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  • 18 abundance — /euh bun deuhns/, n. 1. an extremely plentiful or oversufficient quantity or supply: an abundance of grain. 2. overflowing fullness: abundance of the heart. 3. affluence; wealth: the enjoyment of abundance. 4. Physics, Chem. the number of atoms… …

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  • 19 plenteous — plenteously, adv. plenteousness, n. /plen tee euhs/, adj. 1. plentiful; copious; abundant: a plenteous supply of food. 2. yielding abundantly; fruitful: a plenteous harvest. [1250 1300; ME plenteus (see PLENTY, OUS); r. ME plentivous < OF… …

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  • 20 plenty — /plen tee/, n., pl. plenties, adj., adv. n. 1. a full or abundant supply or amount: There is plenty of time. 2. the state or quality of being plentiful; abundance: resources in plenty. 3. an abundance, as of goods or luxuries, or a time of such… …

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