Synsets for "abundant"

Synset: abundant.a.01

Synonyms: abundant

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE

Definition: present in great quantity

Examples: an abundant supply of water

Lemmas: abundant

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Antonyms: scarce

    

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Highly abundant number Despite the terminology, not all highly abundant numbers are abundant numbers. In particular, none of the first seven highly abundant numbers is abundant.
Highly abundant number Although the first eight factorials are highly abundant, not all factorials are highly abundant. For example,
Primitive abundant number Every multiple of a primitive abundant number is an abundant number.
Primitive abundant number A variant definition is abundant numbers having no abundant proper divisor . It starts:
Waitetuna River (4) mud snail ("Potamopyrgus antipodarum") abundant / abundant
Primitive abundant number In mathematics a primitive abundant number is an abundant number whose proper divisors are all deficient numbers.
Primitive abundant number Every abundant number is a multiple of a primitive abundant number or a multiple of a perfect number.
Highly abundant number 7200 is the largest powerful number that is also highly abundant: all larger highly abundant numbers have a prime factor that divides them only once. Therefore, 7200 is also the largest highly abundant number with an odd sum of divisors.
Abundant life Abundant life teachings, that God is a good God who wants to bless people spiritually, physically, and economically, were championed by Oral Roberts in the United States after World War II, with his faith healing ministry having the most effect. These teachings came at a time when many equated poverty with spirituality, and sickness with God’s discipline and punishment. He included the term Abundant Life in the name of many parts of his ministries, such as "The Abundant Life" television program, the "Abundant Life" magazine, the Abundant Life Prayer Group (ALPG), and the Abundant Life Building used as his world headquarters.
Paleontology in Missouri During the Mississippian, Missouri was home to fairly abundant ammonoids, abundant "Archimedes" screws, very abundant blastoids, abundant lacy bryozoans, tabulate corals, tetracorals, endothyroid foraminferans, a moderate number of nautiloids, fairly abundant pelecypods, fairly abundant trilobites, abundant worms. The Burlington Formation of Mississippian Missouri is one of the most famous sources of crinoid fossils in the United States. Both straight and coiled shelled forms were present among the Mississippian nautiloids of Missouri. Worms left behind trace fossils in the form of their borings and tubes.
Heather-Dina Lakes Provincial Park Both lakes are stocked with fish and feature abundant wildlife, including abundant loons, ducks and other animals.
Limacina rangii "Limacina rangii" is a holoplanktonic species. It is very abundant in the Southern Ocean, with up to 2681 individuals per m. This species is abundant in the Ross Sea, Antarctica. It is sometimes even more abundant than krill.
Woylie This bettong was once very abundant and widespread across Australia. In 1863, Gould mentioned it was "abundant in all parts of the colony". As late as 1910, the species was said to be very abundant in the Australian southwest.
Common species However, "common" and "uncommon" are also sometimes used to describe levels of abundance, with a common species being less abundant than an abundant species, while an uncommon species is more abundant than a rare species.
Primitive abundant number The smallest odd primitive abundant number is 945.
Primitive abundant number There are an infinite number of primitive abundant numbers.
Primitive abundant number For example, 20 is a primitive abundant number because:
Abundant life (disambiguation) Abundant life is a term used primarily in Christianity.
Abundant Life Christian School Accreditation History for Abundant Life Christian School includes:
Highly abundant number Highly abundant numbers and several similar classes of numbers were first introduced by , and early work on the subject was done by . Alaoglu and Erdős tabulated all highly abundant numbers up to 10, and showed that the number of highly abundant numbers less than any "N" is at least proportional to log "N".