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In addition to caddying he taught the secrets of the game when pupils came too plenteously for John.
THE WRONG TWINHARRY LEON WILSON
Over and under and between those steps issued, plenteously, unceasingly new-born, the river of the water of life.
LILITHGEORGE MACDONALD
With this oven we were no longer obliged to eat our millet-bread with the cinders which so plenteously stuck to it.
PERILS AND CAPTIVITYCHARLOTTE-ADLADE [NE PICARD] DARD
When a man feeleth himself infect, as soon as he may, let him be let blood plenteously till he swoon: then stop the vein.
They should be heaped up in some cool, damp place, where they will not freeze, and should be sprinkled plenteously every day.
Uncle Timothy took the little Italian boys under his care, and feasted them plenteously.
The old woman ate greedily, and drank still more plenteously of the sweet wine.
At seven years of age she was sent to school, where "she drank plenteously of the well of wisdom."
CORREGGIOESTELLE M. HURLL
All seem to feel as though they had lost a personal friend, and tears flow plenteously.
VILLAGE LIFE IN AMERICA 1852-1872CAROLINE COWLES RICHARDS
The boatswain is incessant in his patrol of purification, and disinfecting substances are plenteously distributed.
CAPTAIN CANOTBRANTZ MAYER

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