bountiful

[ boun-tuh-fuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF bountiful
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The Sunday dinner was a bountiful one, well cooked, and he did justice to it.

Heaven be praised for a comfortable house and bountiful meal!

After the years of short commons there came this bountiful feast to her soul.

He saw, and gather'd it, giving thanks to the bountiful Father.

The table is bountiful, and he has seen four servants, he is quite sure.

Nature is not bountiful on the mountain-peaks, which must then have been your abode.

Nature has been bountiful to that island, for there is redundant verdure on every side.

All appeared in full-dress uniform, and a bountiful collation was served.

They finally reached the land of "Bountiful," and camped by the sea.

With that bountiful repast we were forced to be content and go to bed.

WORD ORIGIN

late 15c., from bounty + -ful. Related: Bountifully.

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