Deficiency and Plenty


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Deficiency noun – A falling short of an essential or desirable amount or number.
Usage example: there is a deficiency of fresh food in the diet of many of the working poor

Plenty is an antonym for deficiency in imperfection topic.
Nearby Words: deficient, deficit, deficiently
Antonyms for Deficiency


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Plenty noun – An amount or supply more than sufficient to meet one's needs.
Usage example: you'll have plenty of time to make your connecting flight

Deficiency is an antonym for plenty.
Nearby Words: plentiful, plentifully, plenitude, plenteous
Antonyms for Plenty
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high high deficiency high plenty
relative relative deficiency relative plenty
massive massive deficiency massive plenty
major major deficiency major plenty

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Plenty or Deficiency. 2016. Accessed March 06, 2021.

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