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A bountiful crop is often referred to as a bumper crop. Where does this term come from?
Merriam Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary (10th ed.) dates the noun bumper (“a brimming cup or glass”) to the year 1676. The adjective, meaning “something unusually large,” dates to 1885.

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