plenteously

[ plen-tee-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF plenteously
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Wagner caught her to his breast; and she wept long and plenteously.

He who is plenteously provided for from within, needs but little from without.

So plenteously do our good deeds bear fruit, even in this world.

He had plenteously sown the seeds of nonconformity, and the soil was rich.

Whatever her condition required has been plenteously supplied.

Then the Soudan made ready a ship, both fair and strong, and garnished her plenteously with wines and meats.

In addition to caddying he taught the secrets of the game when pupils came too plenteously for John.

For one so plenteously, so dangerously, dowered as far as the other sex was concerned, Nidia Commerell was strangely unromantic.

The tears came, not plenteously, but making her dark eyes as large and bright as youth had once made them without tears.

They point out how plenteously footmen abounded before 1790, and how steadily their numbers have declined ever since.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1300, plentivous, from Old French plentiveus "fertile, rich" (early 13c.), from plentif "abundant," from plentee "abundance" (see plenty). Related: Plentifully; plentifulness.

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