Thesaurus / more abundant


It is more abundant in the valleys and foot-hills than on the sierras.

The Butterfly BookWilliam Jacob Holland

It will not only be more abundant, but it will show more of real life—the stuff of which literature is made.

In the inns everything is far better and more abundant than on the Continent.

Now, of course, the larger the town, the more varied and the more abundant is the noise in it.

It is no more abundant in England than in many parts of the continent of Europe.

The Meaning of EvolutionSamuel Christian Schmucker

The meconium is more abundant, and lower down in the intestines.

Measures have been taken to remove these difficulties and to secure a more abundant importation of the article.

Better and more abundant grass grows here than on any of the other islands.

In youth, the fluids are more abundant than in advanced life.

Tough meat is more abundant in an animal's body, and is, therefore, cheaper than tender meat.

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