plenty

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 [ˈplɛnti]


Inflections of 'plenty' (nnoun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc.): nplplural noun: Noun always used in plural form--for example, "jeans," "scissors.": plenties
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plenty

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
additional examples
  1. has been a year of plenty
  2. [in, during] times of plenty
  3. a land of plenty
  4. there is still plenty of time (to)
  5. we have plenty of time (to)
  6. bring plenty to the [poor, disadvantaged]
  7. has plenty to feed [herself, the family, the pets]
  8. food [given, offered, donated] in plenty
  9. there's plenty more where [that, they] came from!
  10. UK: is plenty good enough
  11. I've (already) had plenty to [eat, drink]
  12. had (more than) plenty to [eat]
  13. have [eaten] more than plenty
  14. no, thank you, I've had plenty (already)
  15. (there's) plenty of [room, space] for [you, one more]
  16. (there's) plenty of time to [leave, get there, finish]
  17. (still) have plenty of time left
  18. there's plenty to [see, visit, do, watch]
  19. there are plenty to [choose from, keep up with]
  20. he had plenty to say [on, about]
  21. I think that [will, should, ought to] be plenty
  22. will have plenty to keep them [going, busy, active, entertained]
  23. plenty more [ideas, surprises, chairs, water]
  24. there's plenty more where that came from
  25. there's plenty for everyone to have [seconds, a second helping]
n
  1. has been a year of plenty
  2. [in, during] times of plenty
  3. a land of plenty
  4. there is still plenty of time (to)
  5. we have plenty of time (to)
  6. bring plenty to the [poor, disadvantaged]
  7. has plenty to feed [herself, the family, the pets]
  8. food [given, offered, donated] in plenty
adv
  1. there's plenty more where [that, they] came from!
  2. UK: is plenty good enough
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