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synonyms for aplenty

  • generous
  • plenty
  • rich
  • ample
  • bounteous
  • bountiful
  • copious
  • dime a dozen
  • galore
  • handsome
  • lavish
  • munificent
  • no end
  • plentiful
  • plentiful
  • satisfactory
  • acceptable
  • ample
  • tolerable
  • agreeable
  • all right
  • appreciate
  • comfortable
  • commensurate
  • common
  • competent
  • copious
  • decent
  • due
  • galore
  • pleasing
  • plenty
  • proportionate
  • unexceptional
  • commensurable
  • plenteous
  • unobjectionable
  • unexceptionable
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antonyms for aplenty

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  • conservative
  • economical
  • greedy
  • lacking
  • mean
  • narrow
  • narrow-minded
  • poor
  • thrifty
  • ungenerous
  • wanting
  • poor
  • meager
  • wanting
  • lacking
  • inadequate
  • deficient
  • unsatisfactory
  • unacceptable
  • insufficient
    • meager
    • wanting
    • sparse
    • lacking
    • insufficient
    • scarce
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            How to use aplenty in a sentence

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            It’s difficult to parse how much credit can be ascribed to a coach for experimentation and adaptability when roster turnover is constant and blue-chip recruits are aplenty.
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            In a society obsessed with instant gratification, the challenges are aplenty.
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            He also knew that Westbrook and Beal would be drawing most of the attention from opposing defenses, leaving other scorers with opportunity aplenty.
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            There was talk aplenty about a so-called “V-shaped” recovery back in the summer when economic data was skyrocketing off of the lows earlier this year.
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            It’s not really a comforting thought, but it’s one reason to watch disaster movies in a time with disasters aplenty.
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            The pack is slim enough that it won’t rub against your knees yet has room aplenty for multiple energy bags and a smartphone.
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            But let us not deceive ourselves; in a soviet republic there would be opportunity aplenty for exploitation.
            THE BEHAVIOR OF CROWDSEVERETT DEAN MARTIN
            Plunder there was aplenty and the holds of the Duke and the Duchess bulged with treasure.
            FAMOUS PRIVATEERSMEN AND ADVENTURERS OF THE SEACHARLES H. L. JOHNSTON
            All had seen fights aplenty; most of them had taken a hand in brawls—but here was a new kind of malice.
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            WORDS RELATED TO APLENTY

            • aplenty
            • bags
            • bulk
            • bundle
            • chunk
            • expanse
            • extent
            • flock
            • gob
            • heap
            • hunk
            • jillion
            • load
            • lot
            • magnitude
            • mass
            • measure
            • mess
            • mint
            • mucho
            • number
            • oodles
            • pack
            • passel
            • peck
            • pile
            • scads
            • score
            • slat
            • slew
            • supply
            • ton
            • volume
            • whopper
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