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  • As far as we could judge; food was more plentiful than in France. Cited from War in the Garden of Eden, by Kermit Roosevelt
  • They appeared more plentiful than the trees, or the rocks, or the leaves even. Cited from The Red Acorn, by John McElroy
  • Then the game was very much more plentiful than it is now in the forests. Cited from Winter Adventures of Three Boys, by Egerton R. Young
  • Another difference is that the enemies are more plentiful than the original.
  • It is far easier to follow the course of events from home, where newspapers are more plentiful than here. Cited from The First Hundred Thousand, by Ian Hay [AKA: Major John Hay Beith]
  • If she were, her admirers, she thinks, would be still more plentiful than they are. Cited from The Magnificent Montez, by Horace Wyndham
  • And, if you don't quite believe me, then just think -- What is more cheap and plentiful than sea-rock? Cited from The Water-Babies by Charles Kingsley
  • They had to work hard every day, but fared better, for food was even more plentiful than in the summer because of the game. Cited from The Wonderful Adventures of Nils, by Selma Lagerloef
  • The petroglyph sites are much more plentiful than the rock painting sites.
  • This removed the disadvantage in using coal, which was far more plentiful than timber.
  • Contrary to expectations, water was even more plentiful than the year before, and we grazed nearly the entire distance. Cited from The Outlet, by Andy Adams
  • The animal is more plentiful than any other in Cairo. Cited from From Cornhill to Grand Cairo by Thackeray
  • Iron was stronger and more plentiful than bronze, and its introduction marks the beginning of the Iron Age.
  • After one day's ride on the railway it would be hard to conceive of game being more plentiful than it was while we were there. Cited from In Africa, by John T. McCutcheon
  • In Chaucer's time, books, although still copied by hand, had become more plentiful than ever before. Cited from English Literature For Boys and Girls,
  • The Negroes were given minor positions when offices were more plentiful than carpetbaggers. Cited from The Sequel of Appomattox by Walter Lynwood Fleming
  • As for the sparkling stones, they were of many colors, but the white ones were more plentiful than all the others. Cited from Five Thousand Miles Underground, by Roy Rockwood
  • Both Ladies laughed heartily at my curls, which in those days were more plentiful than they are now. Cited from Punch, Vol. 99, December 13, 1890, ed. by Sir Francis Burnand
  • Generally speaking, food in Australia is cheaper and more plentiful than in England, but poorer in quality. Cited from Town Life in Australia, 1883, by R. E. N. (Richard) Twopeny
  • We picketed the horses in the open bottom where grass was more plentiful than in the brush, and settled ourselves to sleep. Cited from Raw Gold, by Bertrand W. Sinclair
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