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bountiful

adjective     /ˈbaʊn.tɪ.fəl/ US  /-t̬ɪ-/ literary
large in amount: We found a bountiful supply of coconuts on the island.Plenty and abundant generous in giving to others: our bountiful benefactorGenerous and charitableCharity organizations
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