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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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Mechanic, a senior partner at Fried Frank Harris Shriver and Jacobson who is representing the ownership's interest in the group of deals ready to be penned at 55 Water, a 3.5 million square-foot monster with plenty of big blocks.
"Our primary recommendation is to eat plenty of fruits and vegetables," he adds.
On top of that, there are 300 trade stands and plenty of True Taste award-winning produce in the Food Hall.
The son of Grand Lodge is a late-developing type and there looked to be plenty more in the locker as he worked to hard to overtake Eradicate in a competitive handicap.
"If he stays sound, then he's a nice horse and there is plenty of potential there," said Kirk.
Plenty of time for drink to lead to accidents and violence.
The pair showed plenty of cut and dash down the wings in the 1-1 draw at Leigh on Tuesday night and manager Steve Burr is expected to give them another opportunity to make an impression.
LEEDS-LIVERPOOL CANAL: The canal will be busy tomorrow with the spring league around Maghull and Lydiate but there are plenty of fish to be had at Jackson's Bridge and the high reed beds at Scarisbrick.
Given the hostile attitude of most historians toward homosexuality in the 1950s and '60s, it might seem reasonable to assume that any corroboration that the 20th century's greatest villain was also a gay villain would already have received plenty of attention.
Eat plenty of vegetables, fresh fruits and dried fruits in moderation.
They called him Dizzy but the man had plenty sense.
HENRY Cecil gained a timely first winner of the season on the eve of the Craven meeting when Born Tobouggie showed plenty of spirit to land division one of the Showsec Maiden Stakes at Nottingham yesterday.
MUTTIAH MURALITHARAN'S record-breaking display yesterday was bad news for England's chances in the Kandy Test but great news for IG, who fielded plenty of buyers of their Murali's Milestone market, writes Dan Childs.