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


The country of the Illinois is extremely good, and abounds with buffalo and other game.

It receives some brooks, and abounds in excellent fish, and in alligators.

For how is it that he abounds with all things, save that God gave them to him?

The second was this: Philadelphia, as Mr. Philipps has said, abounds in folk-lore.

It is the center of official life, and abounds in statesmen of all grades.

It abounds with wood, even the summits of the mountain are covered with trees.

It would be tedious to enumerate the beauties of this play, for it abounds with them.

This kind of wit is that which abounds in Cowley more than in any author that ever wrote.

Just outside the hummock was a cabbage-palm, which, as I have said, abounds in Florida.

It abounds in iniquities of every kind and becomes daily more corrupt.