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bounty

325 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[bˈa͡ʊntɪ], [bˈa‍ʊntɪ], [b_ˈaʊ_n_t_ɪ]
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Synonyms for Bounty:

reward (noun)

allotment, allowance, amends, atonement, award, bonus, carrot, compensation, consideration, enticement, gift, grant, gratuity, honorarium, incentive, inducement, lure, payment, plum, prize, remuneration, reward, stimulation, stipend, sweepstakes, sweetener, temptation, tip, treat, tribute, wage, wages.

sufficiency (noun)

abundance, adequacy, ampleness, plenteousness, plentifulness, plenty, prosperity, satisfactoriness, sufficiency.

Other synonyms and related words:

Almsgiving, Donative, Douceur, H.M.S. Bounty, Handsel, abet, ability, accumulation, advantage, affluence, agglomeration, agio, agiotage, aid, alimony, alleviate, alms, altruism, amend, amount, ample, amplitude, annuity, appropriation, ardent, asset, assistance, attend, backsheesh, bailout, baksheesh, bakshish, bankroll, batta, be prodigal of, be profuse in, befriend, benefaction, beneficence, beneficent, benefit, benevolence, benevolent, benignity, bequest, bigheartedness, blessing, bond, bonus system, bonuses, boon, boot, bounteousness, bountiful, bountifulness, bribe, budget, catch, change, charitableness, charity, coffer, collection, company benefits, conglomeration, contribute, contribution, contributions, cooperate, cooperation, copious, copiousness, cornucopia, courtesy, cumshaw, cumulation, depletion allowance, do, dole, donation, donations, double, double time, drink money, easy purse strings, ebullient, edge, encourage, endowment, endowments, entitlement, excessive, exchange premium, exuberance, facilitate, faculty, favour, fee, fellowship, fervent, fierce, figure, financial assistance, firepower, flood, fortune, freedom, freehandedness, freeheartedness, freeness, fringe benefit, full, fullness, gain, generosity, generous, generousness, gifts, give away, givingness, glut, godsend, good, good fortune, good will, good works, goodness, graciousness, grant-in-aid, grants, gravy, grease, great heart, greatheartedness, guaranteed annual income, guerdon, hand out, hand-outs, haul, heady, heap, hearty, help, hoard, hospitality, host, humanity, impassioned, important, incentive pay, insurance premium, intense, kind-heartedness, kindliness, kindness, lagniappe, largeheartedness, largeness, largess, largesse, lavishness, law, liberal, liberality, liberalness, life of Riley, lively, load, lot, love, luck, luxuriance, luxuriousness, luxury, magnanimity, mass, means, merit, mess, mine, money, mountain, multitude, munificence, nimiety, number, oblation, offering, offertory, old-age insurance, open hand, open heart, open-handedness, openhandedness, openheartedness, opulence, outlaw hunter's reward, oversupply, overtime pay, palm oil, pay, pecuniary aid, pension, perks, perquisite, perquisites, philanthropy, pile, plenitude, plethora, pocket, potent, pourboire, premium, present, presents, price, price support, privilege, prodigality, profit, profuseness, profusion, promote, prosperousness, public assistance, public welfare, purse, quantity, rebate, recompense, relief, retirement benefits, rich, riches, richness, salve, scholarship, serve, solatium, solicitude, something extra, spending, spirited, sponsorship, sportula, sportule, stack, stock, store, strong, subsidization, subsidy, subvention, success, suffice, sum, sumptuousness, superabundance, superfluity, support, surfeit, surplus, sympathy, take, tax benefit, transferal, treasury, trinkgeld, unselfishness, unsparing, vail, vehement, vigorous, violent, virtue, warm, warmth, wealth, welcome, welfare, welfare aid, welfare payments, yield.

Rhymes for Bounty:

  1. county;

Quotes for Bounty:

  1. The ship was named the Bounty I was appointed to command her on the 16th of August 1787. William Bligh.
  2. The earth only has so much bounty to offer and inventing ever larger and more notional prices for that bounty does not change its real value. Ben Elton.
  3. That which is given with pride and ostentation is rather an ambition than a bounty Lucius Annaeus Seneca.
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