abundance

[ uh-buhn-duhns ]SEE DEFINITION OF abundance

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ABUNDANCE

There was abundance of water on the surface in the hollows of the sand-hills.

The more we are freed from fear the more exultantly we feel our abundance of life.

There was, as Yates afterward remarked, "abundance, and plenty of it."

Here are children in abundance, and what benefit could have accrued to me from his purchasing Vernon?

The charm that held us to this rough place was the abundance of game.

He asked only that, out of the abundance on the table, his bag might be filled.

There was also a large supply of gunpowder, ball, and shot, and coal and wood in abundance.

Shell ore, block ore, and limestone also exist in abundance.

They are, however, capable of supplying at least 300,000 inhabitants with abundance of water.

Liu I looked about him: all the jewels known to earth were there in abundance.

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