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phrase [n PHR, PHR after v]
If there are things in plenty, those things exist or happen in large amounts or numbers. ⇒ There were thrills in plenty on Saturday at Terrassa, where Germany won the gold medal. ⇒ School inspectors visit regularly, finding everything satisfactory, books in plenty and five computer terminals.
He'd explained to her that Chavez would take them to La Puerta del Diablo in plenty of time to meet the helicopter later that evening.MacNeill, Alastair THE DEVIL'S DOORAnd Orcs, they were usefulslaves, but he had them in plenty.J.R.R. Tolkien THE LORD OF THE RINGSI arrived in plenty of time to witness the farewell banquet.Robin Hobb THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN