I want to say "the beast is going to feast on his plentiful body". Does that make sense or what should I say instead?

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  • Presuming you mean that there's a lot of body there to feast on, how about bountiful? – JHCL Oct 5 '15 at 20:39
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    Could you also give some context? What are you trying to say? Is the beast talking about its own body? – Gaurav Ramanan Oct 5 '15 at 21:11
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    The problem with plentiful is it means existing in or yielding great quantities – there are lots of something. There's only one body, so it wouldn't seem to fit. Perhaps expansive? – Graham Nicol Oct 6 '15 at 6:56