Soon, theories were abounding in the blogosphere about the motivation and real identity of the writer.
It is a delightful island, abounding in every necessary of life.
He had come to have an abounding faith in the little red-haired man.
Whomsoever this fierce poisonous thirst overcomes, in this world, his sufferings increase like the abounding Bîrana grass.
Apart from these the road is wearisome and abounding with dangers.
In a century of abounding wealth England still has in its midst a hideous mass of poverty which is too appalling to think of.
It has numerous streams which are clear and beautiful, abounding in fish.
Every part of it was steep and filthy, abounding in rocks and rough mountains.
The story is a dramatic one, abounding in strong situations.
I am very much obliged by your letter of February 13th, abounding with so many highly interesting facts.
1630s, present participle adjective from abound; originally "affluent;" sense of "overflowing" is recorded by 1680s.