Synsets for "abounding"

Synset: abound.v.01

Synonyms: abound

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: be abundant or plentiful; exist in large quantities

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Lemmas: abound

Hypernym: be

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Synset: abound.v.02

Synonyms: abound

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: be in a state of movement or action

Examples: The room abounded with screaming children | The garden bristled with toddlers

Lemmas: abound burst bristle

Hypernym: have

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Synset: abounding.s.01

Synonyms: abounding

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: existing in abundance

Examples: abounding confidence | whiskey galore

Lemmas: abounding galore

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Sooey Sooey () meaning abounding in the plant Sorrel, is a village in County Sligo, Ireland.
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Lavagh Lavagh (, meaning 'Elmwood, Land Abounding in Elms') is a townland in County Leitrim, Ireland in the district of Drumkeeran.
Pulomilo Most of the island is covered in forest. You can watch abounding casaurina, pandanus and coconut-palm.
Autobiography Notable English autobiographies of the 17th century include those of Lord Herbert of Cherbury (1643, published 1764) and John Bunyan ("Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners", 1666).
Blakesley Hall (Northamptonshire) Ownership of the Hall for the years between 1867 and 1875 was shrouded in mystery and intrigue with contestation of wills and estate claims abounding.
Guadalupe Etla Etla means "abounding beans" and comes from the Nahuatl words E ~ "bean" and Tia ~ "abundance"; and Guadalupe in honor of the Virgin of Guadalupe.
Page (novel) Owen of Jesslaw - a year behind Neal and Kel, Owen is an outspoken young boy. He is known for his abounding courage and almost unflappable good nature.
Sagittaria latifolia The name of Shubenacadie, a community located in central Nova Scotia, Canada, means "abounding in ground nuts" (i.e., broadleaf arrowhead) in the Mi'kmaq language.
Chanel No. 5 Her affinity for the number five co-mingled with the abbey gardens, and by extension the lush surrounding hillsides abounding with "cistus", a five-petal rose.
Kenidjack Valley Kenidjack Valley (, meaning "place abounding in firewood"),sometimes referred to as Nancherrow Valley (, meaning "acre valley"), is a steep-sided valley in Cornwall, United Kingdom.
Nathaniel Bacon (politician) cited by John Bunyan in "Grace Abounding", as on Francesco Spiera, is misattributed, and is really Bacon's, from his work on Speira.