(English Reading Level: Beginner; definitions are at the bottom of this blog post.)
Bountiful means that someone has a lot of something. To use bountiful to speak of a person, it would be an abstract meaning. To use the word when speaking of a woman, it could also mean that the woman has large breasts or a large bum, usually referring to her body in a positive way.
Simple Verb Tenses (Conjugation)
Since ‘bountiful’ is an adjective, it does not need to be conjugated.
Sample Sentence for Context
- She is quite bountiful.
Here are a few vocabulary words for beginners who read this blog post. Please remember that in English, some words may have more than one meaning. These definitions will only apply to how the words were used in this blog post.
- Abstract (noun) – to speak figuratively, not literally
- Breasts (noun) – The softer areas of a female’s chest.
- Bum (noun) – an informal but cute way to speak of the human butt
- Positive (adjective) – good; kind
- Conjugation (noun) /Conjugated (verb) – the changing of verb endings based on tense. ‘Conjugated’ is the past tense form of ‘conjugate’
- Context (noun) – English words often have more than one meaning for the same word. Knowing the ‘context’ of an English word helps you to understand which meaning is being used for the word in a sentence. ‘Context’ is the information around the word such the beginning of the sentence, the end of the sentence, and even the paragraph where the word was used may all help you to know the meaning of that word.