plentifulness

All Noun
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  • He told of the plentifulness of gold in America, where every one was comfortable and could lay up a fortune. Cited from True Stories of Crime From the District Attorney's Office, Arthur Train
  • They are so tiny because souls have no material bodies; the plentifulness of them is due to the fact that there exists a great number of souls.
  • So wasted was it that, save from the plentifulness and blackness of the hair, it was impossible even to conjecture whether she was young or old. Cited from Lilith, by George MacDonald
  • And now I speak not of the love that has been turned to hatred, the honor to ignominy, the ease and plentifulness of all things to danger, want and nakedness. Cited from Twice Told Tales, by Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • And now I speak not of the love that has been turned to hatred, the honor to ignominy, the ease and plentifulness of all things to danger, want, and nakedness. Cited from Bible Stories and Religious Classics, by Philip P. Wells
  • The cultivation of the earth produced abundance in every portion of the empire, and accidental scarcity in any single province was immediately relieved by the plentifulness of its more fortunate neighbours. Cited from The World's Greatest Books, Vol XI, Ed. by Arthur Mee & J.A. Hammerton
  • It had been decided that upon the next day they would trek onward for some distance, and perhaps on and on for days, according to the attractiveness of the country they were passing through, and the plentifulness of the game. Cited from Off to the Wilds, by George Manville Fenn
  • Because of the high adaptation in the soil of the two provinces first named, and the plentifulness of the snowfall, clover in these is one of the surest of the crops grown. Cited from Clovers and How to Grow Them, by Thomas Shaw
  • Again, not fully realizing the plentifulness of forest products in the new locality, he may actually overestimate the value of an attractive piece of forest land showing evidence of the thoughtful care suggested in a preceding paragraph. Cited from Practical Forestry in the Pacific Northwest, by Edward Tyson Allen
  • It is in a climate of agreeable temperature, which is at once hot and moist; hot from its tropical position, and moist from the frequency and plentifulness of rains. Cited from The Commercial Products of the Vegetable Kingdom, by P. L. Simmonds
  • I remember well the exceeding plentifulness of the little fishes -- none of them so large as many of those which now fill the so-called sardine boxes -- when I was at Douarnenez in 1839. Cited from What I Remember, Volume 2, by Thomas Adolphus Trollope
  • Water, air, and light are COMMON things, not because they are INEXHAUSTIBLE, but because they are INDISPENSABLE; and so indispensable that for that very reason Nature has created them in quantities almost infinite, in order that their plentifulness might prevent their appropriation. Cited from What is Property? by P. J. Proudhon
  • And in so far as the apparent prosperity is caused by an unusual plentifulness of loanable capital and a consequent rise in prices, that prosperity is not only liable to reaction, but certain to be exposed to reaction. Cited from Lombard Street, by Walter Bagehot
  • But, lest the plentifulness of bread and honey and cheese upon the lordly table should eclipse the highest sanctions of human joy, an altar prominent in the festive scene is heaped with offerings of flowers. Cited from Pantheism, Its Story and Significance, by J. Allanson Picton