• Definition for "abound"
    • To be great in quantity or quantity.
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abound definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To be great in quantity or quantity.
    • become completely supplied or filled; teem. See Synonyms at teem1.
    • to stay great plenty; is extremely prevalent; is plentiful.
    • to-be copiously furnished; -- followed closely by in or with.
  • verb:
    • To be extremely effective.
    • become copiously furnished;
    • be abundant or abundant; exist in large quantities
    • maintain a situation of action or activity
  • others:
    • to stay in great lots; be very predominant.
    • is unstinted in ownership or supply (of anything); be copiously provided or furnished (with something).
    • To teem or be replete (with), as whatever is furnished or provided, or is an intrinsic characteristic: as, the nation abounds with wide range, or with fine views.
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