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
Seats in the economy section are cramped, passenger fees are abundant and the mood among many crew members is downright sour.
Drugstore beauty products are on the up and up, and examples are abundant.
But fireflies will be abundant at this free, drop-in event.
In the midst of the Great Depression, the economist John Maynard Keynes forecast that technological progress might allow a 15-hour workweek, and abundant leisure, by 2030.
But estimates of how many Americans might die if either chamber’s repeal bill becomes law are abundant.
In addition to the musical acts, food and drinks also will be abundant in the form of funnel cakes, elephant ears, corn dogs, steak dinners, a pancake and sausage breakfast, beer garden, and more.
Choose an abundant, overflowing and voluminous bouquet that guests are sure to be inspired by and obsessed with.
Forest Lake’s threats were abundant in the early innings.
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