Plentevous Plen"te*vous, a. Plenteous. [Obs.] --Chaucer. [1913 Webster]

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  • plenteous — adjective Etymology: Middle English plentevous, plenteous, from Anglo French plentivus, from plentif abundant, from plenté plenty Date: 14th century 1. fruitful, productive < a plenteous harvest J. G. Frazer > usually used with in or of < the… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • plenteous — [plen′tē əs] adj. [ME plentevous < OFr < plente, PLENTY] 1. marked by or being in abundance; plentiful; copious 2. producing abundantly; fruitful; productive plenteously adv. plenteousness n …   English World dictionary

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