plenty of (something)

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plenty of (something)

An abundant amount of; more than is needed. Thankfully, plenty of people have signed up for the class this year. There's plenty of food, so don't feel shy about loading up your plate!
See also: of, plenty

plenty of something

lots of something; an abundance of something; enough of something. I have plenty of candy. Do you want some? This project is giving me plenty of trouble.
See also: of, plenty
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And there is plenty of something or the other in Patel's stories that most readers will be able to relate to.
But the trouble with having plenty of something is that you come to take it for granted, and turkey just doesn't seem special any more.