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Such scheduling oddities abound during the pandemic-affected season.

Either way, he’ll cough up a record amount for a sports franchise of any type, and the Mark Cuban comparisons will abound.

From Fortune

Concerns abound, too, about the danger to health, welfare and academic progress school closures pose for vulnerable students.

Practical tips for the home cook abound, and some of them were shared for years and then rejected.

With a country divided, conspiracy theorists abound and emotions on both ends of the political spectrum running high, it’s hardly a conducive environment to convince people to buy new things at the moment.

From Digiday

To his astonishment, the driver found the gate open; guards already had abounded the border post.

Themes of armed resistance and solidarity between Africans and Indians abounded on the many costumes.

Insecurities abounded, and Kennan, it seems, pretty much always had his knickers in a twist about something.

Sure, skeptics abounded that the expensive iPhone and its imitators would become the new standard.

Everywhere we looked, from Twitter to Instagram and even Facebook, hashtags abounded.

The country abounded in excellent native fruits, and the mandioc furnished never-failing stores of bread.

Great tropical trees grew in wild profusion, while gorgeous vegetation abounded.

This strip of land from ocean to ocean abounded in disease-breeding swamps and filthy habitations unfit for human beings.

He spoke with much natural fluency, and his conversation abounded with a variety of curious anecdotes.

With such feelings existing in the colony, there could be no wonder that insurrections and tumults abounded.

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On this page you'll find 28 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to abounded, such as: proliferate, flourish, thrive, teem, crowd, and swell.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.