|runsas englanniksi||hearty fi, abundant fi, affluent fi, ample fi, copious fi, voluminous fi, liberal fi, plentiful fi, bumper fi, substantial fi|
: ux|en|a hearty welcome; hearty in supporting the government.
*: Full of hearty tears For our good fathers loss.
: ux|en|a hearty handshake; a hearty timber
: ux|en|hearty food; a hearty meal
*: “Ay, ay,” muttered the chief mate, as they rolled out of then-boats and swaggered on deck, “it’s your turn now, but it will be mine before long. Yaw about while you may, my hearties, I’ll do the yawing after the anchor’s up.”
*: The affluents are most similar to the professional want-it-alls in their reasons for preferring specific hospitals and in their demographic characteristics.
*: language...affluent in expression
*: affluent blood
*: These loose hints I have thrown together, in order to excite the curiosity of philosophers, and beget a suspicion at least, if not a full persuasion, that this subject is very copious,
*: Americans remain enamored with Europes ability to produce the consequential thought for America. It was the same in nearly every liberal field. Education sought its roots in such Europeans as Froebel, Frobenius, and Rousseau. Political science tried to connect to Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, Nietzsche, Machiavelli, and Otto von Bismarck, for instance. Economics copied the thought of Adam Smith, ...
: ux|en|He had a full education studying the liberal arts.
*: When he shows improvement she is liberal with her praise and then moves on to the next set of skills to be learnt.
*: Queen Isabella was already being called Santa Isabella by many of her subjects because she was liberal with her alms.
*: Was it because the believers were so liberal with their possessions that God was so liberal with his grace?
: ux|en|He was liberal with his compliments.
*: For this reason a liberal amount of piping should be used. If a liberal supply of piping is provided at first, the first cost will of course be greater, but the extra expenditure is called for but once.
*: The result was usually that such helpers got a liberal sprinkling of mud over their clothing.
*: Rose put a steaming cup of mint tea in front of me and spooned a liberal helping of honey into it.
: ux|en|Add a liberal sprinkling of salt.
*: Myself, my brother, and this grieved count,
*: Did see her, hear her, at that hour last night,
*: Talk with a ruffian at her chamber-window;
*: Who hath indeed, most like a liberal villain,
*: Confessd the vile encounters they have had
*: A thousand times in secret.
: ux|en|Her parents had liberal ideas about child-rearing.
: Younger people tend to be more liberal than older people.
: a plentiful harvest
: a plentiful supply of water
: She accumulated a plentiful collection of books.
: Some years, the tree is a plentiful source of apples.
*: If it be a long winter, it is commonly a more plentiful year.
*: He that is plentiful in expenses will hardly be preserved from decay.
*: they now shook hands heartily, and drank bumpers of strong beer to healths which we think proper to bury in oblivion.
*: Yet can I gulp a bumper to thy name,—
*: O smile among the shades, for this is fame!
*: Sydney Carton drank the punch at a great rate; drank it by bumpers, looking at his friend.
: We harvested a bumper crop of arugula and parsnips this year.
: A substantial amount of people in this buliding