Definition of bounty
- nature's bounty
- this summer's bounty of tomatoes
- a bounty on coyotes
- had a bounty of $500 on his head
summer's bounty of plump tomatoes
The cottage is filled with a bounty of fresh flowers.
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: good things that are given or provided freely and in large amounts
: an amount of money given to someone as a reward for catching a criminal
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the quality or state of being insatiable
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