meaning of bountiful

bountiful meaning in Etymology Dictionary

belated 15c., from bounty + -ful. Related: Bountifully.

bountiful meaning in General Dictionary

producing in abundance

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  • provided or offering easily
  • totally free in providing; liberal in bestowing gift suggestions and favors.
  • abundant; numerous; since, a bountiful way to obtain meals.

bountiful meaning in General Dictionary

(a.) Free in offering; liberal in bestowing gifts and favors.

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  • (a.) abundant; abundant; as, a bountiful availability of food.

Sentence Examples with the word bountiful

So let's say the large corn farms all have a great year and a bountiful crop comes forth.

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