plentifully[ plen-ti-fuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF plentifully
Synonyms for plentifully
- by a wide margin
- very much
Antonyms for plentifully
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PLENTIFULLY
And of these three blessings our two Syrians together are plentifully endowed.
Money was coming in plentifully, and all the correspondence was unsought.
The harbour and approaches were, of course, plentifully strewn with mines.
Wine, ale, and October flew about as plentifully as kennel-water.
Certain it is they will not alight upon the skin which has been plentifully anointed with it.
Its head was bald, but the rest of its body was plentifully covered with hair.
Why refer us from assertion to assertion, if authorities may be so plentifully had?
It was before the days of cigarettes, and claret was plentifully imbibed.
Place the meat on this and season it plentifully with pepper and lightly with salt.
Dilly is just as he used to be, and puns as plentifully and as bad.