Definition of abundant
abundantlyadverb flowers blooming abundantly facts that are abundantly [=extremely] clear/obvious
Examples of abundant in a Sentence
Rainfall is more abundant in summer.
It is the most abundant bird in the forest.
an abundant supply of food
He offers abundant evidence that he is right.
a society abundant in things to buy
Recent Examples of abundant from the Web
Alternate power bases outside the presidential palace are abundant.
Several of the country’s largest coal companies have sought bankruptcy protection in the last year, largely due to competition from natural gas made cheaper and more abundant by hydraulic fracturing.
Several of the country's largest coal companies have sought bankruptcy protection in the last year, largely due to competition from natural gas made cheaper and more abundant by hydraulic fracturing.
The coolest air mass of the week will be overhead Wednesday, but abundant sunshine will act as a counterbalance, allowing temperatures to at least work their way into the lower 70s at most locations.
The archipelago is among the African states with abundant, relatively untapped marine resources.
Throughout his long political career, Edwards had always cultivated the image of a suave rogue with a quick wit, abundant charm and an uncanny knowledge of the way politics is played.
The den also has a cozy fireplace and abundant windows.
Press access to the G-7 meetings has been extremely limited, though the surrounding setting has produced abundant compelling visuals.
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