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Abound meaning in English

Meaning of Abound in English

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Abound

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1. abound

be abundant or plentiful; exist in large quantities

2. abound, bristle, burst

be in a state of movement or action

Example Sentences:
'The room abounded with screaming children'
'The garden bristled with toddlers'

Based on WordNet 3.0, Princeton University


Abound

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verb (intransitive)
1. 
to exist or occur in abundance; be plentiful
a swamp in which snakes abound
2. (foll by with or in)
to be plentifully supplied (with); teem (with)
the gardens abound with flowers
the fields abound in corn

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Abound

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verb intransitive
1. 
to be plentiful; exist in large numbers or amounts
tropical plants abound in the jungle
2. 
to have plenty; be filled; be wealthy (in) or teem (with)
a land that abounds in grain, woods that abound with game

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Abound

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intr.v. a·bound·ed, a·bound·ing, a·bounds
1. To be great in number or amount: "In areas where scorpions abound, spider populations are generally kept in check" (Natalie Angier).
2. To have something in great numbers or amounts. Often used with in or with: "Neanderthal sites ... abound with artifacts, including scrapers, choppers, hand axes, and knives" (Philip and Carol Zaleski). See Synonyms at teem1.

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