bounteously


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Synonyms for bounteously

in a bountiful manner

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The whole point of taxation is to raise money: taxation does this bounteously.
The internet bounteously provides the huge library necessary.
In smaller parts, a trio of Canadians did their homeland proud: soprano Joyce El-Khoury as the circus-Gypsy Esmeralda, and two baritones, Alexander Hajek as the much-talked-about, less-seen Micha and Elliot Madore as a droll bounteously befeathered Indian.
The Hebrew word is not weaned but instead means "dealt well with, dealt with bounteously.
In "What One Loves," Elytis expands bounteously on the song by Sappho in which she wants to see the absent girl or young woman Anactoria.
A host of extraordinary, trailblazing talents, whose unifying quality is that they eschew the humdrum, will be on hand to entertain the denizens of Ethania: Pwhelli's Andrew Hodges; acclaimed dancer and choreographer, Sarah Mumford; Bangor's S B Ting; Cut 23; the pricelessly idiosyncratic, Afallon; acoustic intimacy from Holyhead's own Rob Griffiths; Waxwane; the electronically-enhanced, bounteously talented, Mank; Alan Holmes' new alchemic musical project, Parking Non-Stop, that takes the sounds of the earth and turns them into beguiling soundscapes; Nixon and Jarvis; the sound craft of Duncan Black, and all compered by the Marquis Ethania-Ping.
Sexual pleasure, rather than being suspect, is bounteously filled with good human news.