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plentiful

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishplentifulplen‧ti‧ful /ˈplentɪfəl/ adjective  LOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNTmore than enough in quantity a plentiful supply of foodplentifully adverb
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plentifulOpportunities for teaching abroad are plentiful.And a continuing -- although decreasing -- number hunt the wild animals that remain plentiful.Placid river views are plentiful along the rest of the project for walkers or bike riders as well.During the summer tomatoes are plentiful and cheap.The air is sweet, the land is good, timber is plentiful, and the fishing is excellent.She may have originated with the notion of human sacrifice to ensure plentiful crops, for her actions were often bloodthirsty.There is plentiful evidence of the emetic of the climbing!a plentiful harvestThe food was not too good, nor too plentiful, so when I returned I was a lot lighter and a lot fitter.The river provides a plentiful supply of clean water to nearby villages.Likewise sterile supplies and instruments are less plentiful than you may remember.Mortgages indeed were cheap; they were plentiful, yet no one wanted to buy them.
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