plenty


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Synonyms for plenty

lots of

Synonyms

  • lots of
  • enough
  • a great deal of
  • masses of
  • quantities of
  • piles of
  • mountains of
  • a good deal of
  • stacks of
  • heaps of
  • a mass of
  • a volume of
  • an abundance of
  • a plethora of
  • a quantity of
  • a fund of
  • oodles of
  • a store of
  • a mine of
  • a sufficiency of

Synonyms for plenty

Synonyms for plenty

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or what plenty is there where you hunt a day, and not start a buck, or see anything bigger than a mink, or maybe a stray fox
We used to get the broad joes, in the old war, as plenty as the bears be now.
You have plenty of courage, I am sure," answered Oz.
He said this, pressing the hand of Athos, who replied with a smile, "Monseigneur, do not talk so grandly because you happen to have plenty of money.
Plenty strong big fella too much ten fella three times.
I guess there's plenty more stewards on Sydney beach," the captain said briskly.
You fella kanaka kill 'm plenty fella white man long time before.
Plenty fella kanaka we get 'm canoe, plenty fella canoe, we go catch 'm that fella ship.
He has no respectable relatives and friends, I have plenty.
This suited her better than anything else, but it was not good for her, and she grew pale, heavy-eyed and listless, though Aunt Plenty gave her iron enough to make a cooking-stove, and Aunt Peace petted her like a poodle.
I do hope it isn't Aunt Myra; she always scares me out of my wits asking how my cough is, and groaning over me as if I was going to die," said Rose, preparing to retire the way she came, for the slide, being cut for the admission of bouncing Christmas turkeys and puddings, was plenty large enough for a slender girl.
All the time is there plenty grub in that place, and warm blankets, and a big fire.
And then Yamikan, who is dead, comes back to us, and he is not dead, but very fat, and we know that he has slept warm and had plenty grub to eat.
He had plenty of so-called connections, but no friendships.
Tom, on the contrary, was confident that there was plenty of government hand.