Adjective "abundant" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/əˈbʌnd(ə)nt/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Existing or available in large quantities; plentiful.
  1. 'The setting is beautiful, the wildlife surprisingly abundant, and there is an excellent spa.'
  2. 'The anecdotal evidence is abundant and its use by top athletes suggests that it definitely has a role to play.'
  3. 'Why, I asked, when the evidence was so abundant, did the trail appear to have gone cold?'
  4. 'Continental Europe has endured freezing temperatures and abundant snowfall.'
  5. 'Bird life is abundant, but the number and variety of butterflies is extraordinary.'
  6. 'In the rivers of East Anglia, more chub were found in stretches of river with abundant overhead cover.'
  7. 'The taste of the okra stood out even among its abundant and pleasing seasoning.'
  8. 'Wouldn't it be great if kiwi, takahe and other native birds could one day be that abundant?'
  9. 'They liked Perigord for its warmth and abundant vineyards and found one they considered perfect.'
  10. 'The undergrowth and the weed will be at its heaviest and the natural food available to the fish will be at its most abundant.'
  11. 'the riverbanks were abundant in beautiful wild plants'
  12. 'On either side of me stand scrawny vines abundant with blackish grapes.'
  13. 'Colorado is not only abundant in the natural beauty of high mountains, it has plenty of high culture as well.'
  14. 'Meng went to Huzhou, in East China's Zhejiang Province, which was abundant in bamboo.'
  15. 'The oceans are abundant in water but freshwater is diminishing at an alarming rate.'
  16. 'A place just without law and abundant in necessities so nobody goes without.'
  17. 'It is abundant in citrus fruits, green peppers, tomatoes, cabbage and potatoes.'
  18. 'We head towards the Rocky Mountains where we come to a town abundant in stylish fashionistas and Ferrari's.'
  19. 'The Yangtze Delta was abundant in cultural and tourism resources, which could be used to enrich Expo activities.'
  20. 'By day, it would reveal a planet as awesomely beautiful and abundant in natural wealth as ever.'

Definitions

1. present in great quantity; more than adequate; oversufficient: an abundant supply of water.

2. well supplied with something; abounding: a river abundant in salmon.

3. richly supplied, as with resources: an abundant land.

More examples(as adjective)

"supplies can be abundant in places."

"oils can be abundant in markets."

"gs can be abundant in membranes."

"foods can be abundant in places."

"dollars can be abundant in markets."

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Origin

Late Middle English: from Latin abundant- ‘abounding’, from the verb abundare (see abound).