foodful

foodful

(ˈfuːdfʊl)
adj
supplying abundant food
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The Friend does not indeed exclude from his plan occasional interludes; and vacations of innocent entertainment and promiscuous information, but still in the main he proposes to himself the communication of such delight as rewards the march of Truth, rather than to collect flowers which diversify its track, in order to present them apart from the homely yet foodful or medicinable herbs, among which they have grown.
(g)While, through the vasty-shining plains, Fair pleasure, bringing plenty, reigns, With white-rob'd innocence; And foodful herbage,(h) all around, And straying cattle pent in pound, Regale my ravish'd sense.