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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishabundanta‧bun‧dant /əˈbʌndənt/ ●○○ adjective  LOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNTsomething that is abundant exists or is available in large quantities so that there is more than enough opp scarce an abundant supply of fresh water abundant opportunities for well-qualified staff
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abundantDuring the 18th century land was cheap, grain was plentiful, and meat was abundant.an abundant and cheap supply of oilThe food was abundant and delicious.It must time the laying of its eggs so that its chicks hatch when caterpillars are most abundant, and most palatable.His yellow teeth gleamed in the abundant black of his full beard.We now live in a world where labor is abundant compared to capital.Plant fossils are abundant in some types of rock.Latin America has an abundant labor force and natural resources.What a spiritual affirmation to an abundant life!E-mail applications are abundant on Linux and choosing one can be the most difficult part in getting started!His entertainment featured abundant wine and cigars, though he himself was a non-smoking teetotaller.Sam Waterston reads from the abundant writings of the tall, soft-spoken Jefferson.
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