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- v be abundant or plentiful; exist in large quantities
- v be in a state of movement or action
- s existing in abundance
- And I'm not saying there were not conspiracy theories (or basically just accusations that the SCotUS decision was based on politics) abounding in Dem circles.
- Eventually he embarked again, sailed westward through Hudson Strait into Hudson Bay, whose waters his party found teeming with cod and salmon, the shores abounding with caribou .
- For the kids there are lots of funny spit takes and an abounding love for all things rectal.
- Chris Ellison in The Age
My advice is that that is not true, that such an arrest did not take place,Senator Ellison told ABC Radio National today. "There are many rumours abounding ...... as you can appreciate in this environment. But that is not true and I've...
- John Bunyan in WorldNetDaily
Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners: A spiritual autobiography, John Bunyan wrote this book at the age of 38 while still in Bedford Prison.
- GaÃ«l Duval in ZDNet UK
The problem of over-abounding sometimes immature open source software has been solved in this product through careful testing and screening of software applications. That makes Corporate Desktop immediately usable,said Duval.