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abundance

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishabundancea‧bun‧dance /əˈbʌndəns/ ●○○ noun [singular, uncountable]  LOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNTa large quantity of somethingabundance of an abundance of wavy red hairin abundance One quality the team possessed in abundance was fighting spirit.
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abundanceThe Bordeaux exhibition goes all out for an abundance of images.It is 40 percent more expensive than coal, and there is an abundance of alternative energy sources.Optimists point out that there is an abundance of good news.It describes the lushness and abundance of the coming millennium.Both are characteristics the Tiphook chairman has in abundance.It can offer you just about everything you can think of by day and by night, in abundance.The sheer abundance of lawyers tends to promote excessive litigation.The focus today is not the predicted disappearance of order but the abundance of it throughout the natural world.abundance ofThere is an abundance of fresh vegetables available.
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