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- adv. In a bountiful manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a bountiful manner; liberally; largely.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a bountiful manner
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"_He which soweth bountifully, shall reap also bountifully_."
"God has dealt mercifully and bountifully with us," the chaplain said.
A whole cadre of designers such as Celine's Phoebe Philo, Chloe's Hannah MacGibbon and even Giambattista Valli -- a man who loves a bountifully ruffled evening gown -- turned to minimalism.
I hope your next one will make up for it bountifully.
A second Masters win by the bountifully long Fred Couples, 51, would be nearly as popular, but his back is in much worse shape than it was last year when he finished sixth.
In that category, too, belongs Jon Robin Baitz's "Other Desert Cities," a bountifully insightful comedy about a Reaganite family in the California desert that just ended a triumphant off-Broadway run at Lincoln Center Theater and deserves to reemerge on Broadway.
The Ralphs was vast, well-lit, bountifully stocked, and possessed of a huge and well-tended produce section.
After feeding us bountifully in her penthouse apartment, she arranged two stretch limos to head down the freeway to Jefferson Blvd. and the Shrine.
As opposed to the fashionable professionals heralded on national talk shows, USA TODAY bestsellers lists, their books bountifully displayed in discount bookstores, or boldly beckoning weary travelers to throw down their charge card and partake of some forgettable airport terminal-reading for a glossy-colored hardback at $25 a pop or more.
It was perfect-china gleaming, crystal bowls of pea pods and wild rice pilaf piled bountifully and, in a place of honor, my piece de resistance, the salmon.