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boun·ti·ful / ˈbountəfəl/ • adj. large in quantity; abundant: the ocean provided a bountiful supply of fresh food. ∎  giving generously: he was exceedingly bountiful to persons in distress. DERIVATIVES: boun·ti·ful·ly adv.

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Bountiful, city (1990 pop. 36,659), Davis co., N central Utah; inc. 1892. It is a residential suburb N of Salt Lake City with some farming and floral nurseries; machinery and motor vehicles are produced. Bountiful was settled by Mormons in 1847.

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