Abound (verb)

To exist or occur in large quantities; to be plentiful; to be filled with.

Origin:

From middle english abounden, abounen, from anglo-norman abunder, from old french à bon droi ("in good righ.t")

Examples:

  1. The forest abounds with wildlife.
  2. Her garden abounds with colorful flowers.
  3. The internet abounds with misinformation.
  4. The museum abounds with works of art.
  5. His speeches abound with witty remarks.
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