English dictionary definition of:

plenty


Noun

  • a full supply
  • (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent

Adverb

  • as much as necessary

Thesaurus

batch   deal   enough   flock   hatful   heap   lot   mass   mess   mickle   mint   mountain   muckle   passel   peck   pile   plenitude   plenteousness   plentifulness   plentitude   pot   raft   sight   slew   spate   stack   wad  

Scrabble score for plenty


Scrabble score = 11

generated at 07:45:18 on 12-02-20

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