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After this, who can doubt the bountifulness of the Christian Mythology?

Three sisters of good repute: diligence, prudence, bountifulness.

The season that I spent there was one of nature's bountifulness.

But this bountifulness was to be secured, not by pressing out the last cent, but by promoting real cheerfulness in giving.

For, in all the changes of Master Hugh's family, there was no change in the bountifulness with which they supplied me with food.

Munificence, mū-nif′i-sens, n. quality of being munificent: bountifulness.

The charm of this enclosure, like Southern hospitality, is a combination of bountifulness and grateful simplicity.

While, therefore, morning and noon there is bountifulness, we do not have much on our tea-table but dishes and talk.

His religious fervor, however, decreased in direct proportion to the bountifulness with which heaven rewarded his prayers.

The very sense of undeservedness invests the gift with a bountifulness and a glory which you would not forego.

WORD ORIGIN

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

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