Definition of abundant in English:

abundant

Syllabification: a·bun·dant
Pronunciation: /əˈbəndənt
 
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adjective

1Existing or available in large quantities; plentiful: there was abundant evidence to support the theory
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  • This allows the animal maximum use of the abundant grass supply available all summer.
  • Why, I asked, when the evidence was so abundant, did the trail appear to have gone cold?
  • There is also abundant evidence for increased volcanic activity during the Little Ice Age.
1.1 [predic.] (abundant in) Having plenty of something: the riverbanks were abundant in wild plants
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  • Colorado is not only abundant in the natural beauty of high mountains, it has plenty of high culture as well.
  • Basalt thus produces heavy clay soils, many of which are abundant in nutrients and provide rich agricultural land.
  • The Yangtze Delta was abundant in cultural and tourism resources, which could be used to enrich Expo activities.

Origin

late Middle English: from Latin abundant- 'abounding', from the verb abundare (see abound).

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