Definition of abundantly in English:

abundantly

Syllabification: a·bun·dant·ly
Pronunciation: /əˈbəndəntlē
 
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adverb

1In large quantities; plentifully: the plant grows abundantly in the wild
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  • Wild parsley grows so abundantly at the top of our steep section that I've never needed to plant any in the garden.
  • But it was not too hard to do this at this time of year when wild grass grew abundantly in the fields.
  • Jupiter frequently rules plants that grow abundantly and dandelion is a particularly good example.
1.1 [as submodifier] Extremely: my boss made it abundantly clear that if I didn’t like it, I should look for another job
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  • He'd made it abundantly clear that it was an extremely risky game to play.
  • Recent research has made it abundantly clear that females are not passive participants in sexual reproduction.
  • Global atmospherics made it abundantly clear that thinking globally and acting locally were not enough.

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