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Synonyms for plenteous

Synonyms for plenteous

affording an abundant supply

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Decision makers attentive to curriculum remain vigilant in analyzing data to know which careers and skills are plenteous and which are scarce.
Spring is strong and virtuous, Broad-sowing, cheerful, plenteous, Quickening underneath the mould Grains beyond the price of gold.
r St Matthew e again: "TheT harver st trulyl is plenteous, but the laboura er r sr are r few.
It is informed by the plenteous scholarship of the last half-century (much of it written by his own students), which Bailyn seems to have entirely mastered.
But one of the founding principles of any religious house was that it had land - and the priory had that - and a plenteous supply of water, which it also had.
Naughty boys and girls in Utah may not find lumps of coal in their stockings this Christmas, despite the fact that the fossil fuel is plenteous in the Beehive State.
And do we not see in his writing traces of early community with sorrow, of contact with moods most alien to childhood and youth, of the weird impression and haunting mystery of Puritan life which he drank in during those night rambles in Salem, and plenteous evidences, too, of the deep hold which the beauty and terror of nature had laid upon his soul in those days and nights of solitude in the Raymond woods, on the ice, on the water?
something is valuable but so plenteous that there is no perceived
The bravura of the concerto''s outer movements gave the sisters plenteous opportunity for faceto-face four-handed dexterity on two interlocked grand pianos - definitely a notch up on a mere piano duet.
The spittle, which is plenteous, forms small stalactites.
Oh, what a plenteous world of this will come; When air rains horns, all men be sure of some.
The clothing leaves nothing to the imagination, and Lady Macbeth's sexual ity is apparent in her plenteous bosom and the v-patterned emphases on her genital area.
Now, the discordance and reservations on this issue in the jurisprudence are plenteous indeed.
Take another look--at the renaissance currently underway in Florida's Tampa Bay Area, where both vintage and newly minted companies are expanding, producing top-tier work and playing to an audience base that's both faithful and plenteous.
62) Sensing this, William Edgar, the editor of the Minneapolis-based Northwest Miller, claimed a massive aid campaign would bring "worldwide attention to America's plenteous store.