Definition of Plenteous

1. Adjective. Affording an abundant supply. "A rich supply"




Definition of Plenteous

1. a. Containing plenty; abundant; copious; plentiful; sufficient for every purpose; as, a plenteous supply.

Definition of Plenteous

1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to plenty, abundance. ¹

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Definition of Plenteous

1. [adj]

Medical Definition of Plenteous

1. 1. Containing plenty; abundant; copious; plentiful; sufficient for every purpose; as, a plenteous supply. "Reaping plenteous crop." 2. Yielding abundance; productive; fruitful. "The seven plenteous years." 3. Having plenty; abounding; rich. "The Lord shall make thee plenteous in goods." (Deut. Xxviii. 11) Synonym: Plentiful, copious, full. See Ample. Plenteously, Plenteousness. Origin: From Plenty. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plenteous

plenish
plenished
plenishes
plenishing
plenishings
plenism
plenisms
plenist
plenists
plenitude
plenitudes
plenitudinary
plenitudinous
plenny
plenoptic
plenteous (current term)
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plenteousnesses
plentevous
plenties
plentiful
plentifull
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plentifully
plentifulness
plentifulnesses
plentily
plentitude
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Literary usage of Plenteous

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1. Publications by Folklore Society (Great Britain) (1902)
"And the conclusion of the Monkey-song runs : " Tell ye of the monkey, that fruit may be plenteous.1 Fruit, fruit, fruit, fruit ! ..."

2. The Iliad of Homer by Homer, John Graham Cordery (1871)
"... And some with hides, and some with cattle live, And some with slaves ; all made them plenteous feast. So all night long they feasted, either host, ..."

3. English Synonymes Explained, in Alphabetical Order by George Crabb (1816)
"PLENTIFUL and plenteous signify the presence of plenty, plenitud*, or fulness. ... Plentiful and plenteous differ only in use : the former being most ..."

4. Publications by Folklore Society (Great Britain) (1902)
"And the conclusion of the Monkey-song runs : " Tell ye of the monkey, that fruit may be plenteous.1 Fruit, fruit, fruit, fruit ! ..."

5. The Iliad of Homer by Homer, John Graham Cordery (1871)
"... And some with hides, and some with cattle live, And some with slaves ; all made them plenteous feast. So all night long they feasted, either host, ..."

6. English Synonymes Explained, in Alphabetical Order by George Crabb (1816)
"PLENTIFUL and plenteous signify the presence of plenty, plenitud*, or fulness. ... Plentiful and plenteous differ only in use : the former being most ..."

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