summer's bounty of plump tomatoes
The cottage is filled with a bounty of fresh flowers.
Recent Examples on the WebBeachcombers should prioritize Little Shell and Big Shell beaches, aptly named for their bounty, while adventurous types will love windsurfing or kayaking on Laguna Madre, one of the planet's saltiest bodies of water.—Southern Living Editors, Southern Living, 1 Dec. 2023 But amid that agonizing site, Geyer would soon discover a bounty of musical archives that would inspire his next project.—María Luisa Paúl, Washington Post, 29 Nov. 2023 The sales are mostly over, the packages containing our new beauty bounty haven't arrived yet, and the hype over all of the savings has died down.—Annie Blackman, Allure, 28 Nov. 2023 Easy Fall Decorating Projects 18 of 41 Marigold Centerpiece
Look to flea market finds to decorate with your harvest bounty.—Emily Vanschmus, Better Homes & Gardens, 26 Oct. 2023 The bounty below Jars of krill line the windowsills in Deborah Steinberg’s lab, their pink hue faded but their shells intact.—Joshua Goodman, Fortune, 13 Oct. 2023 In the globe-trotting adventure, Wick fought to survive the bounty until his duel while traveling through Japan, Berlin and France.—Skyler Trepel, Peoplemag, 24 Nov. 2023 Even those who journey through its Northeastern complex, into the Southern lands, across the central plains and to its Western slopes can only glimpse a measure of the bounty of America.—WSJ, 21 Nov. 2023 The convenient setup allows the animals to oversee and defend their bounty at close range, making larder hoarding worth their while.—Emma Bryce, Scientific American, 20 Nov. 2023 See More
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Middle English bounte goodness, from Anglo-French bunté, bountee, from Latin bonitat-, bonitas, from bonus good, from Old Latin duenos; akin to Sanskrit duva reverence, favor