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existing in great number or quantity

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affording an abundant supply

producing in abundance

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We measured the importance of clean and plentiful water on a five-point Likert-type scale (1 = not at all important; 2 = slightly important, 3 = fairly important; 4 = highly important; 5 = extremely important).
He likened the plentiful sale of cheap alcohol to "Gin Lane" - depicted in an engraving by the artist William Hogarth to show the alcoholism that afflicted London in 1751.
Prof Gilmore, who works at the Royal Liverpool University hospital, likened the plentiful sale of cheap alcohol to Gin Lane, depicted in an engraving by the artist William Hogarth.
Even in the communities with plentiful black middle-class populations, the communities themselves don't offer the amenities those families need or want.
Hot summers divert gas from storage, which you need plentiful storage volumes of to keep supplies sufficient," Kevin Shannon, president of Open Flow Gas Supply Co.
State Department of Fish and Game officials say the mountain lions eat deer, which are more plentiful in the Santa Susana Mountains in the western valley.
Williams is the author of A Plentiful Harvest: Creating Balance and Harmony Through the Seven Living Virtues.
Longleaf pines were once plentiful in this corner of Virginia, its northernmost appearance along the Eastern Seaboard.
Desperate for water, the Martians turn to that plentiful third rock for the War of the Worlds seem eminent.
2])--the most plentiful and problematic of the greenhouse gases that cause global warming.
Though illegal, black-market cassettes are plentiful enough to have become the foundation of a lively Persian rock scene.
We keep hearing that financial aid is plentiful and is available for those who want it.
So until I get back to my final destination of Jacksonville Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, where the skateparks and parking lots are plentiful, I have only an old copy of Thrasher (February 2004), which I continue to read cover to cover every day to keep me sane.
It confirms that in both European Championship and World Cup finals tournaments goals have been most plentiful in the last round of group fixtures - more plentiful than in the earlier group games, more plentiful than in the later knockout ties.
Both are now so plentiful that proposed catch levels have been significantly increased.