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more plentiful

[ plen-ti-fuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF more plentiful
  • adj.abundant, productive
  • adj.abundant

Synonyms for more plentiful

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Antonyms for more plentiful

  • few
  • lacking
  • little
  • needing
  • rare
  • scarce
  • wanting
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE PLENTIFUL

They could be redeemed piece by piece when money was more plentiful.

It is a pity they are not more plentiful if this is the case.

Such praise would be more plentiful if all Jews were like you.

But exceptions are more plentiful than rules on a day like this.

In nature the bloom is more plentiful than the fruit, but here the fruit is more plentiful than the bloom.

It would be more frequently employed if it were more plentiful.

The fact is that money is cheaper, and money is cheaper because it is more plentiful.

They were then more plentiful in circulation than they are now.

The fruit of the black cherry is more plentiful than that of the hackberry.

It is more plentiful, however, from Perthshire to Sutherland.

WORD ORIGIN

late 15c., from plenty + -ful. Related: Plentifully.

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