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bountiful

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbountifulboun‧ti‧ful /ˈbaʊntɪfəl/ adjective  1 LOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNTif something is bountiful, there is more than enough of it bountiful harvests2 GENEROUSgenerous bountiful God
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bountifulGod is bountiful.Mrs Clinton is on record as favouring mental-health services, but how bountiful a package is not clear.But his mood was not bountiful at the moment.He smiled a lot, and looked at Connie the way kids gaze at adults who give them bountiful attention.I would also be invited to participate in a discussion on the bountiful attractions of timeshare property ownership.The bountiful buffet breakfast served each morning sets just the right note to start the day by the fresh-water swimming pool.a bountiful harvestTheir stories are bountiful in this engagingly mounted documentary, running Sunday night in three one-hour segments on the History Channel.Its borders encompass vast forests, towering mountains, and many miles of wilderness as well as cities, farmlands, and bountiful rivers.The unfortunate man had been killed before he had an opportunity to enjoy his bountiful store..
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