plenteous[ plen-tee-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF plenteous
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PLENTEOUS
For when has Desdemona shown high and plenteous wit or invention?
At once a table stood before him, covered with a fine and plenteous meal.
Being slow to anger and plenteous in mercy, I will forgive you if you come soon.
If you would have plenteous grace, young reader, seek it now!
All these beasts, and many more, were enjoying a plenteous repast.
There were other fields where the harvest was plenteous and the laborers few.
No church is richer in tombstones, and its stained glass is plenteous.
The harvest truly is plenteous, but the labourers 20 are few.
To the Cid's daughters tribute of plenteous fare they yield.
The repast was simple, but plenteous, and nothing could be neater than the manner in which it was served.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR PLENTEOUS
- bringing forth
- flowing with milk and honey
- with child