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bountiful

[ boun-tuh-fuhl ]
/ ˈbaʊn tə fəl /
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adjective
liberal in bestowing gifts, favors, or bounties; munificent; generous.
abundant; ample: a bountiful supply.
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Origin of bountiful

First recorded in 1500–10; bounty + -ful

synonym study for bountiful

1. See generous. 2. See plentiful.

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Other definitions for bountiful (2 of 2)

Bountiful
[ boun-tuh-fuhl ]
/ ˈbaʊn tə fəl /

noun
a city in N Utah, near Salt Lake City.
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British Dictionary definitions for bountiful

bountiful
/ (ˈbaʊntɪfʊl) /

adjective
plentiful; ample (esp in the phrase a bountiful supply)
giving freely; generous

Derived forms of bountiful

bountifully, adverbbountifulness, noun
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