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We spent all day painting one side of the house, but there's still plenty left to do.
There's plenty of room for luggage behind the seats.
I had plenty of time to think over what I was going to do.
You're always complaining. Plenty of people would be happy to have your job.
They had plenty of chances to win the game, but they lost anyway.
There's plenty more ice cream in the freezer.
This is the British English definition of plenty. View American English definition of plenty.
the long central part of a church where people sit
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