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

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE ABUNDANT

Never had there been a more abundant sea-harvest than that summer.

Not only is Greek beauty different in quality from our own, but it is more abundant.

This measure has not made capital, which is the source of wages, more abundant.

There are of course exceptions, but they would be more abundant elsewhere.

The great dark cypress had disappeared, and pines were more abundant.

My food, however, was better and more abundant than it had been hitherto.

Last autumn the harvest of new wine was more abundant than we expected.

It is higher and more abundant life that is the eugenic ideal.

No fossils are more abundant or characteristic of their age.

In that country are many griffins, more abundant than in any other country.