Plentiful en


  1. (a.) Lavish; profuse; prodigal.
  2. (a.) Containing plenty; copious; abundant; ample; as, a plentiful harvest; a plentiful supply of water.
  3. (a.) Yielding abundance; prolific; fruitful.
Word: plen·ti·ful
Pronunciation of plentiful: 'plen-ti-f&l
Function of plentiful: adjective
1 : containing or yielding plenty <a plentiful land>
2 : characterized by, constituting, or existing in plenty
- plen·ti·ful·ly /-f&-lE/ adverb
- plen·ti·ful·ness noun
synonyms PLENTIFUL, AMPLE, ABUNDANT, COPIOUS mean more than sufficient without being excessive. PLENTIFUL implies a great or rich supply <peaches are plentiful this summer>. AMPLE implies a generous sufficiency to satisfy a particular requirement <ample food to last the winter>. ABUNDANT suggests an even greater or richer supply than does PLENTIFUL <streams abundant with fish>. COPIOUS stresses largeness of supply rather than fullness or richness <copious examples of bureaucratic waste>.

Synonyms of plentiful

Ample, Bountiful, Copious, Plenteous, Rich,