Today our animal protein is raised on feedlots and in cages and delivered in great abundance nearly to our door.
However, these mangroves are important to the local fishing industry, particularly for their abundance of crabs.
Even though the temperature change was quite small, its effect on mosquito abundance was quite large.
Hard data is in abundance but closed minds are in super abundance.
Succulent trees, cacti of all sizes and varieties, palms and bromeliads are in abundance.
The lodge has an unusual old-world charm heightened by its tall evergreens and abundance of snow.
The town has an abundance of resturants of major ethnic foods.
Hawks and golden eagles soar over the prairies, swooping down to dine on an abundance of prey, catching even speedy jackrabbits.
Antarctica scientists are studying the role that water currents play in the abundance and distribution of krill.
This biography defines the word "exhaustive" with its abundance of detail.
British Dictionary definitions for abundance
a copious supply; great amount
fullness or benevolence: from the abundance of my heart
degree of plentifulness
(chem) the extent to which an element or ion occurs in the earth's crust or some other specified environment: often expressed in parts per million or as a percentage
(physics) the ratio of the number of atoms of a specific isotope in a mixture of isotopes of an element to the total number of atoms present: often expressed as a percentage: the abundance of neon-22 in natural neon is 8.82 per cent
Also called abondance. a call in solo whist undertaking to make nine tricks
C14: via Old French from Latin abundantia, from abundāre to abound
mid-14c., from Old French abondance and directly from Latin abundantia "fullness, plenty," noun of state from abundantem (nominative abundans), present participle of abundare "to overflow" (see abound).