plenteous
[ plen-tee-uhs ]
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Part of Speech adjective
Origin + Etymology
from Old French plentivous, from plentif, -ive, from plente ‘plenty’
Synonyms
  • abundant
  • affluent
  • ample
  • bounteous
  • bountiful
  • copious
  • galore
  • lavish
  • overflowing
Antonyms
  • scarce
  • meager
Definition
plentiful; copious; abundant
Example
Thankfully, the family had a plenteous supply of food to get through the shortage.
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