adjective abun·dant \-dənt\

: existing or occurring in large amounts

Full Definition of ABUNDANT

a :  marked by great plenty (as of resources) <a fair and abundant land>
b :  amply supplied :  abounding <an area abundant with bird life>
:  occurring in abundance :  ample <abundant rainfall>
abun·dant·ly adverb

Examples of ABUNDANT

  1. Rainfall is more abundant in summer.
  2. It is the most abundant bird in the forest.
  3. an abundant supply of food
  4. He offers abundant evidence that he is right.
  5. a society abundant in things to buy

Origin of ABUNDANT

Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin abundant-, abundans, present participle of abundare to abound
First Known Use: 14th century

Rhymes with ABUNDANT


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