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  • pronoun
    [noncount] :a large number or amount of something :a number or amount of something that is enough for a particular purpose
    Would you like more pieNothanksI've had plenty.
    There's plenty [=enoughfor everyone. - often + of
    He has plenty of room to work.
    There will be plenty of time to relax later.
    He'll be in plenty of trouble when he gets home. - often followed by to + verb
    There's plenty to see and do in the city.
    Your family has plenty to be thankful for.
    We always have plenty to talk about.
    [noncount] formal :the state of having enough of the things that make life good and easy
    They thought of America as the land of plenty.
    a season of plenty
    in plenty
    used to say that something is present or exists in large amounts
    She has the qualities of patience and courage in plenty. [=she has plenty of patience and courage]
    informal :to a great degree :more than enough
    We're plenty [=verybusy with the work we have already.
    It's plenty cold outside.
    There's plenty more where that came from.
    The car is plenty large enough to fit six people.