plentifulness[ plen-ti-fuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF plentifulness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PLENTIFULNESS
The plant is small but its plentifulness will make up for its size.
It is the symbol of plentifulness; just as the "bosom" is the symbol of affection.
Several residents of that section of the State testified to the plentifulness of the crops there in 1864.
Nothing can demonstrate more fully the plentifulness of money than the fact that millions of four per cent.
However, their success is, in a general way, in proportion to their adaptability for the work and the plentifulness of game.
He told of the plentifulness of gold in America, where every one was comfortable and could lay up a fortune.
What man hath any thing, I pray you, but he hath received it of his plentifulness?