Existing in great quantity or ample supply.(adjective)
Providing or producing an abundance: a plentiful harvest. (adjective)
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Use "plentiful" in a sentence
""[D] oom and desperation are in plentiful supply from page one, and as the novel fades to black, the reader's left with a roster of sadder-but-wiser Americans to contemplate.""
"But while recruitment has risen and MBA graduates are in plentiful supply, half of the industry is struggling to find quality candidates with science, technology, engineering and maths skills."
"Our daily lives are lived by faith that someone else has performed the necessary experiments to insure our cities are safe, our food in plentiful, and our medicine is reliable."