bountifulness


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boun·ti·ful

 (boun′tə-fəl)
adj.
1. Marked by or producing abundance: a bountiful harvest; a bountiful land.
2. Giving generously: Nature has been bountiful to the valley's residents.

boun′ti·ful·ly adv.
boun′ti·ful·ness n.
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Noun1.bountifulness - the property of copious abundancebountifulness - the property of copious abundance  
abundance, copiousness, teemingness - the property of a more than adequate quantity or supply; "an age of abundance"

bountifulness

noun
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Situated on a hill, the 1960s village, the vision and creation of two Egyptian poets, overlooks scenic vistas of Fayoum's sandy hills and the calm salt waters of Lake Qarun; a stunning contrast of drought and bountifulness; a representation of Egypt's heritage and landscape.
Stay flexible and give and take, and bountifulness can follow.
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