plentifull

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  • In briefe, we were supplied of our wants commodiously, as if we had bene in a Countrey or some Citie populous and plentifull of all things. Cited from Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, Vol. 12, by Richard Hakluyt
  • And see contrariwise in this age, there is nothing but an after taste of all the fore going euils: and most commonly a plentifull haruest of all such vices as in the whole course of their life, hath held and possessed them. Cited from A Discourse of Life and Death, by Mornay; Antonius, by Garnier
  • Toades are plentifull in North Wiltshire: but few in the chalkie countreys. Cited from The Natural History of Wiltshire, John Aubrey
  • I heare that our desertes and voide places, be mocked by the Greeke prouerbes, we couet rather those desertes and places vnhabited, then cities and plentifull soyles. Cited from The Palace of Pleasure, Vol. I, by William Painter
  • To the Emperours Court wee came, where our entertainment was euerie waie plentifull, carouses wee had in whole galons in stead of quart pots. Cited from The Vnfortunate Traveller, or The Life Of Jack Wilton, by Thomas Nash
  • Wormewood exceedingly plentifull in all the wast grounds in and about Kington St. Michael, Hullavington, and so to Colerne, and great part of the hundred of Malmesbury. Cited from The Natural History of Wiltshire, John Aubrey
  • Nowe come to behoulde a fayre and plentifull countrie, fruitefull fieldes, and fertill groundes, I did exceedinglye commend the desire that mooued mee first to enter into them. Cited from Hypnerotomachia, by Francesco Colonna
  • Seeing then we borrow (and that not shamefully) from the Dutch, the Britaine, the Roman, the Dane, the French, the Italian, and Spaniard, how can our Stock be other than exceeding plentifull? Cited from The Survey of Cornwall, by Richard Carew
  • But in all thinges assuredly I did take great pleasure with my intended admiration, in seeing of such, so great, plentifull, and tryumphant sumpteousnes, of so incredible costly a banket, that it is better to holde my peace then not to speake sufficiently in the report thereof. Cited from Hypnerotomachia, by Francesco Colonna
  • Birra is a little towne, but very plentifull of victuals: and neere to the wall of the towne runneth the riuer of Euphrates. Cited from Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, Vol. 10, by Richard Hakluyt
  • At Ewridge, in the parish of Colern, in North Wilts (a stone brash and a free stone), they also grow indifferently plentifull; and in the parish of Kington St Michael I remember three or four in the stone brash and red earth. Cited from The Natural History of Wiltshire, John Aubrey
  • Of Preachers, the shire holdeth a number, plentifull in regard of other shires, though not competant to the full necessity of their owne, all commendably labouring in their vocation, though not endowed with an equal ability to discharge the same. Cited from The Survey of Cornwall, by Richard Carew
  • There are yett more countreys as fruitfull and as beautifull as the Spaniards to conquer, which may be done with as much ease & facility, and prove as rich, if not richer, for bread & wine; and all other things are as plentifull as in any part of Europ. Cited from Voyages of Peter Esprit Radisson,by Peter Radisson
  • Vpon the land diuers sorts of haukes as Faulcons, and others by report: Partridges most plentifull larger than ours, gray and white of colour, and rough footed like doues, which our men after one flight did kill with cudgels, they were so fat and vnable to flie. Cited from Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, Vol. 12, by Richard Hakluyt
  • This worke, not the meanest of his labours, has much adorned not only one but many Stages, with such a generall applause as it hath drawne even the Rigid Stoickes of the Time, who, though not for pleasure yet for profit have gathered something out of his plentifull Vineyard. Cited from Old English Plays, Vol. I, by Various
  • The most part of all the salt they haue in Venice commeth from these Salines, and they have it so plentifull, that they are not able, neuer a yeere to gather the one halfe, for they onely gather in Iuly, August, and September, and not fully these three moneths. Cited from Principal Navigations, Voyages and Discoveries, Vol. 9, Richard Hakluyt
  • She sate in solemne pompe like the other, and with great applause, with her fayre and plentifull haire spreading downe ouer her backe, crowned with a Dyademe of golde, set with sundry precious stones. Cited from Hypnerotomachia, by Francesco Colonna
  • The Athenians (as Plato averreth) have for their part great care to be fluent and eloquent in their speech; The Lacedemonians endevour to be short and compendious; and those of Creet labour more to bee plentifull in conceits than in language. Cited from Literary and Philosophical Essays, by Various
  • Neuersuch a bountifull master came amongst the heralds (not that he did inrich the with anie plentifull purse largesse) but that by his sterne assaultes hee tithed them more rich offals of bases, of helmets, of armour, than the rent of their offices came to in ten yeres before. Cited from The Vnfortunate Traveller, or The Life Of Jack Wilton, by Thomas Nash
  • But the cunning and experte Nymphes, with theyr plentifull tresses effused ouer theyr delicate shoulders hung wauing, and in theyr motion forwardes would streame out at length, somewhat shewing their backes, about their heades wearing Garlandes and Crownes of Violets. Cited from Hypnerotomachia, by Francesco Colonna

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