Definition of Plentifulness

1. Noun. A full supply. "There was plenty of food for everyone"




Definition of Plentifulness

1. Noun. A full supply; abundance; plenitude; plenty. ¹

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Definition of Plentifulness

1. [n -ES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plentifulness

plenitudes
plenitudinary
plenitudinous
plenny
plenoptic
plenteous
plenteously
plenteousness
plenteousnesses
plentevous
plenties
plentiful
plentifull
plentifuller
plentifully
plentifulness (current term)
plentifulnesses
plentily
plentitude
plentitudes
plenty
plenum
plenum chamber
plenums
pleo-
pleochroic
pleochroic halo
pleochroism
pleochroisms
pleochromatic

Literary usage of Plentifulness

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1. Content in a Garden by Candace Wheeler (1901)
"... far up in the blue.1 The grapevine has so many patent beauties and virtues, it is so much a synonym of generosity and joy and plentifulness, ..."

2. The People's Money by William Lee Trenholm (1893)
"It is true that plentifulness of money excites speculation, ... In this respect, therefore, plentifulness of money is an evil, not a blessing. ..."

3. Sound Currency: A Compendium of Accurate and Timely Information on Currency by Sound Currency Committee, Reform Club (New York, N.Y.), N.Y.) Reform Club (New York (1895)
"If one tries to think out the details of any conceivable process by which the mere plentifulness of money benefits any individual, he will find that he has ..."

4. Sound Currency, 1895-1896: A Compendium of Accurate and Timely Information by Reform Club, New York, Reform Club (New York, N.Y.) (1895)
"If one tries to think out the details of any conceivable process by which the mere plentifulness of money benefits any individual, he will find that he has ..."

5. Content in a Garden by Candace Wheeler (1901)
"... far up in the blue.1 The grapevine has so many patent beauties and virtues, it is so much a synonym of generosity and joy and plentifulness, ..."

6. The People's Money by William Lee Trenholm (1893)
"It is true that plentifulness of money excites speculation, ... In this respect, therefore, plentifulness of money is an evil, not a blessing. ..."

7. Sound Currency: A Compendium of Accurate and Timely Information on Currency by Sound Currency Committee, Reform Club (New York, N.Y.), N.Y.) Reform Club (New York (1895)
"If one tries to think out the details of any conceivable process by which the mere plentifulness of money benefits any individual, he will find that he has ..."

8. Sound Currency, 1895-1896: A Compendium of Accurate and Timely Information by Reform Club, New York, Reform Club (New York, N.Y.) (1895)
"If one tries to think out the details of any conceivable process by which the mere plentifulness of money benefits any individual, he will find that he has ..."

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