bounteous bounteous

Definition(s):

  • (adj) given or giving freely

Derived Word(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Benkler is a leading prophet of today's gift economy, and he fits the part: his bounteous beard resembles Kropotkin's.
  2. Its sad that we dont have a young Harry Warren to sum up, in bounteous melody, some of our complex or contradictory feelings.
  3. The sound track, reproduced quadraphonically, makes the floor hum and the seats vibrate, and the songs come out in bounteous cascades.

News

  1. Erardi: Frazier acts as Hamburger Helper pitchman

    It's a tribute to Todd Frazier that his radio spots for Hamburger Helper carry the ring of believability with kids and their parents, even though the player pushing it is making major league money and a bounteous per diem when the Reds are on the road.
    on July 3, 2013     Source: The Cincinnati Enquirer

  2. Reds' Frazier acts as Hamburger Helper pitchman

    It's a tribute to Todd Frazier that his radio spots for Hamburger Helper carry the ring of believability with kids and their parents, even though the player pushing it is making major league money and a bounteous per diem when the Reds are on the road.
    on July 3, 2013     Source: The Cincinnati Enquirer

Quotes

  1. "This bounteous land, where plants grew overnight, where Jonas had watched a mushroom push through the carcass of a drowned beaver and in a few gliding hours swell to the size of a hat -- this bounteous land was saturated with moist and terrible...
    on Dec 7, 2007 By: Ken Kesey Source: Los Angeles Times

  2. Romney spoke of a "bounteous future and mutual benefit between Vietnam and our people here in Massachusetts, with increasingly open and free trade, additional education exchanges, and growing tourism."
    on Jun 24, 2005 By: Mitt Romney Source: Boston Globe (registration)

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