plenteousness

[ plen-tee-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF plenteousness
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PLENTEOUSNESS

It could not be carried on if the soil were not rich to plenteousness.

And the seven years of plenteousness, that was in the land of Egypt, were ended.

After the wildness of Loch Trool we had a country of plenteousness and peace.

Mistress Calle has plenteousness all around her, and has nothing to ask of the world's gear.

Peace be within thy walls, and plenteousness within thy palaces.

We find him here pleading the exceeding greatness of God's mercy, and the plenteousness of his redemption.

We learn that "the thoughts of the diligent tend only to plenteousness, but every one that is hasty hasteth only to want."

The Virginia planter, with his broad acres, had a kingdom in virtue of this plenteousness.

The plenteousness of the Divine bounty is proclaimed that it may evoke an earnest response from all who receive it.

Only the energetic resisted the combined attacks of plenteousness and the somnolent afternoon.

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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