plenteous


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Synonyms for plenteous

Synonyms for plenteous

affording an abundant supply

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Old bridges of song (spiritual, blue, work songs) collapse in the mechanized cities, but the primeval rhythm is not totally expunged; the Ananse tales are thin remnants of plenteous African mythology.
The mood is both joyful and focussed as everyone recites Psalm 65: "Thou visitest the earth and waterest it: Thou makest it very plenteous .
The kitchen is particularly well equipped with plenteous cupboards and work surfaces, two-bowl sink and plumbing for all white goods.
Let Israel hope in the LORD: for with the LORD there is mercy, and with him is plenteous redemption.
I desire to express this gratitude, in part, by giving discreetly but generously from the plenteous resources bestowed on me: time, energy, money.
The diversity of music therapy practices, theories, models, research, and education in various countries is plenteous.
The pond is plenteous The land is lush, And having turned off the news I am for the moment mellow.
But what we like about this particular restaurant, to which we regularly return, is the generosity of main portions, with plenteous pieces of meat: none of the skullduggery of lesser places which try to disguise paucity of content and large slices of lemon, in a viscous sauce.
In 1970, with plenteous traffic, Liverpool was the UK's second shopping destination.
And little children with their mums, Run to offer plenteous crumbs To ducks and swans whose raucous clatter Mingles with the children's chatter.
The young Gertler's good looks - plenteous dark, curly hair, cherubic, dimpled chin, and passion-fierce eyes - made him highly attractive to women, but his behaviour towards them was unbecoming.
A toothless thorn with knotted joints, Not higher than a two-years' child, It stands upon that spot so wild; Of leaves it has repaired its loss With heavy tufts of dark green moss, Which from the ground in plenteous crop Creep[?
Byron's solid muscularity, tattooed arms, and plenteous moustache suggested a masculinity which, for all its belligerence, was heroic, courageous, and oddly patriotic.
Hence the chances of Scams and frauds are plenteous.