[ UK /bˈa‍ʊntɪfə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˈbaʊnɪfəɫ, ˈbaʊntɪfəɫ/ ]
  1. given or giving freely
    was a big tipper
    a freehanded host
    a munificent gift
    the bounteous goodness of God
    Saturday's child is loving and giving
    a handsome allowance
    her fond and openhanded grandfather
    bountiful compliments
    a munificent gift
    a liberal backer of the arts
  2. producing in abundance
    the bountiful earth
    a plentiful year
    fruitful soil
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How To Use bountiful In A Sentence

  • He took nourishment from press conferences, where he was notably generous, but not bountiful enough to promise a match.
  • THE CHRISTMASES OF QUEEN VICTORIA have been kept with much bountifulness, but after the gracious manner of a Christian Queen who cares more for the welfare of her beloved subjects than for ostentatious display. Christmas: Its Origin and Associations Together with Its Historical Events and Festive Celebrations During Nineteen Centuries
  • Maybe it's not too much to say that our delight also makes us repent of the ways we fail to share our bountiful and abundant food when many are starving.
  • And she still answereth me, ‘Allah is bountiful: good will presently betide thee.’ The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • Its bountiful supply of offshore oil should make it one of Africa's richest countries.
  • It's like God and Buddha just heaped bountiful blessings on every snarky blogger in the world.
  • Industrial successes, bountiful harvests and the good deeds of happy citizens follow for 20 minutes. Times, Sunday Times
  • State aid is less bountiful than it was before.
  • Its columns are tall and slender, its capitals have bountiful acanthus leaves with big scrolls and its entablature sports an ostentatiously sculpted frieze and cornice. Renaissance architecture: how to identify the Roman orders
  • When read as a literary whole, Genesis 1-2 posits a world that is divinely beneficent and bountiful, in no need of human genius to improve or control it.
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