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abundantly

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishabundantlya‧bun‧dant‧ly /əˈbʌndəntli/ adverb 🔊 🔊 1 abundantly clear2 LOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNTin large quantities 🔊 Melons grow abundantly in this region.
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abundantlyThey flower abundantly and produce seeds.He has fame and it is abundantly apparent he has wealth.They are not abundantly available fresh but can be purchased canned, frozen raw, and frozen fried.It will be abundantly clear already that you are in the midst of superb quality rock.If modern psychology has done one thing, it has surely made this fact abundantly clear.It is no secret that the manufacturers of processed food products use television abundantly for advertising.Although the history of Vegas's dark underside is not new, it has seldom been so abundantly researched and compellingly told.Lavender will grow abundantly with little water.
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