in sufficient quantity; in generous amounts (usually used following the noun it modifies): He had troubles aplenty.
sufficiently; enough; more than sparingly: He howled aplenty when hurt.
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How to use aplenty in a sentence
So far Harry's tour of the Caribbean has been a riot of informality with booze, boogies and broken-down boats a-plenty.
There were leather breeches with staves a-plenty around that plank, and faces that meant no trifling.Richard Carvel, Complete | Winston Churchill
It was not long before we had bees a-plenty and they came from a tree that we had already found.Fifty Years a Hunter and Trapper | Eldred Nathaniel Woodcock
It was necessary to burn comb here as we soon had three or four bees at work on the bait and in a short time we had bees a-plenty.Fifty Years a Hunter and Trapper | Eldred Nathaniel Woodcock
He had strength a-plenty, but it needed all of it, and more, to win out of the river's hungry clutch.Within the Law | Marvin Dana
I reckon now he's got a right even chanst ter git well ef he kin contrive ter rest a-plenty.A Pagan of the Hills | Charles Neville Buck
British Dictionary definitions for aplenty
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