[ UK /ɐbˈʌndənt/ ]
[ US /əˈbəndənt/ ]
  1. present in great quantity
    an abundant supply of water
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How To Use abundant In A Sentence

  • Plastic bags, crisp packets, plastic bottles and soggy newspapers lie abundantly in the verges, or caught in trees and hedges.
  • Christ's central idea was that a truly Christly life is a richer and more abundant life than what "those who are in darkness" are experiencing. Rob Asghar: How Gandhi-Hating Kills Christianity
  • And there is plenty of food here-both the trawls and acoustic surveys have revealed an abundant supply of myctophid lanternfish, the most common prey eaten by large Humboldt squid in these waters in other years. Scientific American
  • With abundant rainfall and a temperate climate, crops were plentiful; citrus and olive groves abounded.
  • They lived for some days on the excellent flesh of the maskalonge, on clams from the beach -- enormous clams of delicious flavor -- on a new fruit with a pinkish meat, which grew abundantly in the thickets and somewhat resembled breadfruit; on wild asparagus-sprouts, and on the few squirrels that Stern was able to "pot" with his revolver from the shelter of the leafy little camping-place they had arranged near the river. Darkness and Dawn
  • The rocks are asymmetrically folded and overthrust to the west, with chaotic units and abundant evidence for coeval soft-sediment deformation.
  • Old deliberate contemplations, perceptions after long regard ingathered from abundant nature, theories leisurely compacted in sunshine or storm, to stand in the fields of memory, crowned with beauty by the indulgent years. Apologia Diffidentis
  • Calcite and ankerite are present, but the most abundant carbonate is magnesite.
  • “Night and day praying exceedingly,” that is, praying out of measure, with intense earnestness, superabundantly, beyond measure, exceeding abundantly. The Weapon of Prayer
  • * One of the most useful and abundant of all the palms, is the sagwire or gomuti borasms gomutus. North Coast Culture
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