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Definition of "plenteously" [plenteously]

  • Copiously; plentifully; in abundance. (adverb)

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Use "plenteously" in a sentence
  • "The six Hungry Folk, as became members of a wealthier tribe, were armed with rifles and plenteously supplied with ammunition."
  • "But as for the multitude of sermons ready printed and piled up, on every text that is not difficult, our London trading St. Thomas in his vestry, and add to boot St. Martin and St. Hugh, have not within their hallowed limits more vendible ware of all sorts ready made: so that penury he never need fear of pulpit provision, having where so plenteously to refresh his magazine."
  • "Said Viridis: Forsooth I have wept for Baudoin plenteously, and he is worthy of it, for he was valiant and true and kind."