كَثِير \ ample: enough or more than is necessary: There is an ample supply of food. We have ample time to catch the train. considerable: great (of amount, cost, difficulty, distance, etc.). constant: happening very often: He paid constant visit to the doctor. good: fairly large: It cost a good deal of money. many: a large number (of): He has (very) many friends. Many (of them) are at school with him. Many hands make light work (A job is done faster if we help each other). many a: used with a singular noun, equal in sense to a plural noun: I’ve been there many a time (many times). plentiful: (esp. of fruit or vegetables) obtainable in large numbers: Apples are plentiful this year. We had a plentiful supply of fruit.

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  • Plentiful — Plen ti*ful, a. 1. Containing plenty; copious; abundant; ample; as, a plentiful harvest; a plentiful supply of water. [1913 Webster] 2. Yielding abundance; prolific; fruitful. [1913 Webster] If it be a long winter, it is commonly a more plentiful …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • plentiful — plentiful, plenteous, ample, abundant, copious denote in common more than adequate or sufficient yet not in excess. Something is plentiful or plenteous of which there is great or rich supply; plenteous is the more bookish term {it is also a zone… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • plentiful — [plen′ti fəl] adj. 1. having or yielding plenty 2. sufficient or more than enough; abundant plentifully adv. plentifulness n. SYN. PLENTIFUL implies a large or full supply [a plentiful supply of food ]; ABUNDANT implies a very plentiful or very… …   English World dictionary

  • plentiful — index considerable, copious, liberal (generous), ordinary, profuse, replete, rife, substantial …   Law dictionary

  • plentiful — late 15c., from PLENTY (Cf. plenty) + FUL (Cf. ful) …   Etymology dictionary

  • plentiful — / plenty [adj] abundant, productive abounding, ample, bounteous, bountiful, bumper*, chock full*, complete, copious, enough, excessive, extravagant, exuberant, fertile, flowing, flush*, fruitful, full, fulsome, generous, improvident, infinite,… …   New thesaurus

  • plentiful — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ existing in or yielding great quantities; abundant. DERIVATIVES plentifully adverb …   English terms dictionary

  • plentiful — adjective Date: 15th century 1. containing or yielding plenty < a plentiful land > 2. characterized by, constituting, or existing in plenty • plentifully adverb • plentifulness noun Synonyms: plentiful, ample, abundant …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • plentiful — plentifully, adv. plentifulness, n. /plen ti feuhl/, adj. 1. existing in great plenty: Coal was plentiful, and therefore cheap, in that region. 2. yielding abundantly: a plentiful source of inspiration. [1425 75; late ME; see PLENTY, FUL] Syn. 1 …   Universalium

  • plentiful — plen|ti|ful [ plentıfl ] adjective present or available in large quantities: a plentiful supply of strawberries Hotel rooms were plentiful and cheap. in plentiful supply (=easy to obtain or buy): Gasoline seems to be in plentiful supply. ╾… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • plentiful — I (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Having or yielding plenty] Syn. prolific, fruitful, profuse, lavish, bountiful, bounteous, plenteous, unstinted, unstinting, liberal, prodigal, unsparing, inexhaustible, bottomless, replete, generous, abundant,… …   English dictionary for students

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