Examples of bountiful in a Sentence
a bountiful supply of water
a bountiful supply of apples for the harvest festival
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And South Sudan has all the ingredients to succeed: an optimistic and youthful population, bountiful oil reserves and billions in foreign aid from the U.S.
One recipe is for strawberry freezer jam that helps take advantage of the summer's bountiful supply of berries and requires just a pan and some jars.
Conte is also a willing and bountiful source for journalists seeking clarification on doping cases or simply in taking the temperature of the current doping scandal.
Expect colorful costumes from speakers and performers, and bring your cash for the bountiful Filipino food that will be on sale — everything from savory to sweet.
However, this week's crop of potential free agents isn't so bountiful.
And California's bountiful winter snowpack is now melting so rapidly that the Kings River near Fresno is flooding, and forced more than 300 evacuations.
The large site offered plenty of shade and bountiful space for beer, food and merchandise vendors.
Johnson-Dunlop shares two of his favorite recipes for others to try when the summer's bountiful crops start ripening.
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Definition of Bountiful
city in northern Utah north of Salt Lake City population 42,552
BOUNTIFUL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bountiful for English Language Learners
: giving or providing many desired things
: given or existing in large amounts
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