Pleanty or plenty

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Pleanty
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Plenty

Plenty

Pronoun

Definition:

A large or sufficient amount or quantity; more than enough

Examples:

  1. I would have plenty of time to get home before my parents arrived
  2. You'll have plenty to keep you busy
  3. There are shops in plenty

Synonyms:

  • A lot of
  • Many
  • A great deal of
  • A good deal of

Plenty

Noun

Definition:

A situation in which food and other necessities are available in sufficiently large quantities

Examples:

  1. Such natural phenomena as famine and plenty

Synonyms:

  • Prosperity
  • Affluence
  • Wealth
  • Opulence

Plenty

Adverb

Definition:

Used to emphasize the degree of something

Examples:

  1. She has plenty more ideas

Synonyms:

  • Very much
  • Much
  • By a considerable amount
  • Considerably

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Is it pleanty or plenty?

The correct word is plenty

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