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Daemon
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plenteous

(adjective) Affording an abundant supply.

Synonyms: ample, copious, rich

Usage: The vintner was thrilled with the plenteous grape harvest, which would make barrels and barrels of wine.
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plenteous
Definition: (adjective) Affording an abundant supply.
Synonyms: ample, copious, rich
Usage: The vintner was thrilled with the plenteous grape harvest, which would make barrels and barrels of wine.
8BooksOfSengathe
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Daemon wrote:
plenteous

(adjective) Affording an abundant supply.

Synonyms: ample, copious, rich

Usage: The vintner was thrilled with the plenteous grape harvest, which would make barrels and barrels of wine.


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One item to note : The term "plenteous" does not have the subject of affordability
integrated into its overall true definition.

Definition : plen·te·ous [ˈplen(t)ēəs] ADJECTIVE (literary) : plentiful.
..
The ruinous activities of some countries has taken what used to be a
plenteous amount of rain forest habitats and reduced them to a
fraction of their former sizes , which also reduced many species
of flora and fauna to "threatened level" status or worse.


taurine
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In 1676 year in Fairholm v Montgomery this word was used as in: (...) but otherways marriage is always interpreted a cause onerous, and in this case the Countess hath a plenteous real estate befalling to her heir.

In 1938 year in Kerr v Brown this word was used as in: (...) on the footing that, once a right of sink, always a right of everything which by aid of modern engineering, plenteous flushing, and sanitary requirement, is carried downwards to the sea.

In 2012 year in Zimbabwe v Secretary of State for the Home Department this word was used as in: (...) We have been assisted by plenteous citation of jurisprudence from the International Criminal Court.

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plenteous

(adjective) Affording an abundant supply.
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