Producing or yielding in abundance. See Synonyms at plentiful.(adjective)
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Use "plenteous" in a sentence
"We deem also that every time when she came to us our increase became more plenteous, which is well seen by this, that since she hath ceased to come, the seasons have been niggard unto us. ""
"Had a nice British breakfast, bought a copy of The Daily Sun, paid £2 for 20 minutes of internet service and boarded at 11: 00 a.m. Routine ten-hour flight with plenteous and decent food."
"If Dave and his bros wanted to sell meth to the entitled youth of this plenteous resort town, so be it."